Alison Grieve


Alison Grieve works with leaders in large multi-national organisations to help transform company culture and create differentiated performance. A sought after experienced talent and leadership professional, working globally across multiple industries at all levels, Alison focuses on driving results for clients by raising the performance of their people and teams to world class.

Alison’s depth of knowledge and skill in the talent and people space is unparalleled. She creates change that really works. Famously adaptable and truly driven by enabling her clients to achieve more than they thought possible, she combines strategic thinking with a Mary Poppins-esque bottomless bag of tools to develop people to the highest possible standard, in the best way for them.

Highly qualified, Alison is a Korn Ferry master associate, an NLP Master Practitioner and is a certified Executive Coach (ICF PCC). Fluent in French, she loves to travel: her friends consider her a global citizen, she has lived and worked in the UK, France, across Europe and the USA. She is a founding director at Management Dynamics.



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Alison's Featured Articles

How Leaders Can Win Back a Disengaged Team


5 Things You Need To Know To Successfully Manage a Team

Authority Magazine

How To Get Connected: Building Better Virtual Teams

Association of MBA's

Standing On The Edge: What Are The Conditions For Success In High-Performing Teams?

We Are The City

3 Ways To Help Your Team See The Bigger Picture In Their Daily Tasks

CEO World Magazine

Collaborative Leadership: The Key To Enhancing Team Performance

Irish Tech News

How to Find Your Team’s Edge

Training World Magazine

5 Simple Tips To Help Build a Resilient Team In Turbulent Times


Three Red Flags That Mean You're An Over-Collaborator

Fast Company

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