PROFESSIONAL NETWORKS and PARTNERS

Sharing some of my associations which may be of interest to you too.

Moynihan Training and Coaching Ltd

We are proud to have a sister company specialising in Coaching and Training for the Hospitality industry. Moynihan Training and Coaching Ltd, based in the UK, have over 30 years of experience of Operational Management and Training, developing strategies for change, renewing values and equipping teams with the skills to do the job, from Senior Managers, Supervisors to Operational staff.

ACCESS

Moynihan Consulting is a member of the ACCESS Professional Network of Trainers. ACCESS is an established independent volunteer run not-for-profit organisation which has been supporting the international community in the Netherlands since 1986.

WBII

The Women’s Business Initiative International is an incubator network for female entrepreneurs in the Netherlands. Moynihan Consulting has been an active member of this professional organisation for many years.

At Home Abroad - Cross Cultural Experts

At Home Abroad provides professional, tailor made cross-cultural solutions to businesses & individuals. Our aim is to enable companies become more successful when doing business with other cultures, and internationals become more effective and happier living and working in the Netherlands. Caitríona Rush, Cross-cultural consultant caitriona@athomeabroad.nl

 

 

 

Testimonials

Teresa and I worked through a series of career coaching sessions, as I was in a career transition. Coming from civil/military aviation background, Teresa has helped me acknowledged my career anchors, defined my key skills, and defined my career objectives through various assignments. She helped me identified the transferrable skills to other industry sectors. Shortly within a month, I was already offered a number of positions across a wide range of industries. Never thought I had these abilities within me. All in all, it was productive sessions and very well structured. Highly recommended for the expats and the international communities seeking for the next career change.

James Kuan-Hung Chen, The Hague