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Gerry Brannan

Gerry has a background in line management, with major international businesses, and management consulting with Deloitte and Cap Gemini, working globally and across industries.  He led a European consulting division while at Cap Gemini.

He has focussed on leadership development and Executive Coaching since 2002 and has worked with many leading UK, US and Continental European businesses.

Gerry is an experienced executive coach, team coach and group facilitator. He builds report quickly, establishing trust and encouraging an open and productive conversation from the start of the coaching process. He is both empathic and challenging.

Having graduated in Chemistry, Gerry went on to qualify as an accountant, while working in the Ministry of Defence and HM Treasury. He subsequently moved into the private sector working in financial management with Thomson International and Gallaher, who sponsored him to take an MBA.

Gerry then moved into management consultancy where he has worked with Deloitte and at Director level with Cap Gemini Ernst & Young, where he was European Director of a consulting division and based in Paris.  He has worked across Europe in a broad range of industries. His assignments have included consulting in: strategic customer management, change management, marketing, organisation structure, strategic and economic analysis and alliance management.  He has also worked in Poland, Russia and Azerbaijan, in support of economic development initiatives.

Gerry has held a non executive role with a medium sized IT services and consulting business for 4 years. He has worked extensively with constellations and systemic coaching.

Certificate in Executive Coaching - University of Strathclyde
Diploma in Applied Psychology – London University
Certified in MBTI, Firo B, EQi, Leadership Versatility Index, NEO, Lominger Voices (360)
Gestalt Group Facilitation
MBA – London Business School
ACMA – Chartered Institute of Management Accountants
BSc (Chemistry)

Case study Contributer to ‘Systemic Coaching’ by John Whittington, published by Kogan Page.