Glenys Hurst-Robson is a creative workforce and organisational development specialist. She is a primary school governor and a clerk to 3 primary school governing bodies. She has extensive knowledge and experience of training and organisational development, school governance, coaching, mentoring, marketing, poloicy and resource development achieved through a diverse career in the private, public and voluntary sectors.
Glenys is a qualified trainer and experienced senior manager. Whilst working in local government in Children and Family Services for over 16 years, she held a variety of roles including Principal HR Officer for Schools, Governor and Workforce Development Manager and, latterly, Schools’ Partnership Development Manager. She has also managed and delivered the multi-agency children’s safeguarding training for a Local Children’s Safeguarding Board.
Glenys is an accredited and experienced Safer Recruitment trainer and delivers a wide range of development activities for governors and clerks, including safeguarding for governors.
Glenys has undertaken a variety of voluntary roles including running a women’s business network for 13 years and being a business adviser for Young Enterprise. She has recently helped to set up a new charity and a Community Interest Company that champions the voice of children and young people.