Welcome with over three decades of experience, TPG Consultancy and Management Services is a leading, public and not-for-profit sector, interim support provider.
We specialise in the temporary provision of middle and senior executive leadership and management support to organisations for specific short term projects and during periods of change.
We pride ourselves in the ability to commence work and swiftly learn organisation culture in order to quickly add value and deliver quality sustainable solutions.
If your organisation could benefit from our services please do not hesitate to contact us for a discussion of your requirements.
Who are we?
Terry has over thirty-nine years of work experience in the public and not-for-profit sectors, having specialised for much of that time in personnel/human resources work. His experience of the personnel/human resources field is extensive, having at different times of his career undertaken and managed
- recruitment and selection, including psychometric testing
- employee relations, including grievance and discipline handling (at investigation and hearing stages)
- the procurement process, including TUPE transfers
- redundancy management
- Employment Tribunal preparation
- learning and development, including designing, delivering and monitoring learning and development activity
- job evaluation
- payroll administration
- the strategic planning process
- the Investors in People standard
- the EFQM Excellence Model
- the Clinical Governance approach to healthcare
- the Balanced Scorecard
- Change Management, including organisational design and redesign
- Independent Workplace Mediation
- Executive Coaching
Terry has undertaken work on capacity planning, performance management and non-financial audit, for a major auditing body, as well as undertaking workplace mediation and executive coaching.
Terry is a past member of the Board of Trustees of Age UK Croydon and a past Co-opted member of the Board of Trustees, as well as a member of the Governance and Nominations Committee.
Terry currently volunteers as a driver and Safeguarding Trainer for Guide Dogs for the Blind.
Terry is the author of Handling Employee Complaints and Grievances - An Introduction, published (2018) by Bookboon (http://bookboon.com/en/handling-employee-complaints-and-grievances-ebook)
Terry is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management, an individual member of the Civil Mediation Council and holds Postgraduate Diplomas in Personnel, Law, Employment Law and Relations and Legal Practice, a Certificate in Training Practice, OCN Certificates in Workplace Mediation (Units 1 & 2 (Individual Workplace Mediation), 3 (Team Workplace Mediation) and 4 (Supervision Skills for Mediators) and an Advanced Certificate in Executive Coaching, as well as being qualified at Practitioner level within the Prince2 project management course of study.
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Case of Bărbulescu and Romania - (Application no. 61496/08), ECHR, 12th January 2016
Employers' Right to Access Correspondence
In Memory of Michael Joseph Geater
Handling Employee Complaints and Grievances – An Introduction, published by Bookboon (2018)
This book represents a comprehensive introduction to all aspects of handling employee grievances/complaints, an important aspect of the employer/employee relationship and is aimed at operational managers, but also a resource for human resources specialists. Grievance will be defined, the role of ACAS discussed, the embedding of policy and procedure explored, the role and place of mediation examined, investigation of grievances detailed, meeting about and discussing grievances at hearings set down and finally highlighting key issues in implementing responses to grievances.