About

Billy Byrne is an Executive Coach and Freelance HR Consultant.

An Electrical Engineer whose early career spanned both technical engineering roles and line management roles, Billy has spent over 10 years in Senior Human Resource Management roles. Before being appointed to HR Manager at ESB’s Electricity Generation business he spent three years as Employee Relations Manager during which time he was responsible for developing and driving Employee Relations policy. He then moved to the Senior Management team of ESB International during a period of large-scale change.

His Human Resource experience includes a mix of both business level and corporate activity, including the design and implementation of major change programmes. He has worked closely with senior management teams in the setting up of new entities and managing internal mergers. These projects involved large-scale organisation re-design and change management.

Billy has specific Coaching experience working with members of senior management teams aimed at dealing with transitions, developing self-awareness and enhancing their performance within their organisations.  He also mentors Senior Managers through specific high-octane challenges and has done this successfully both in Ireland and overseas.

He holds an MSc. (Mgmt) in Organisational Behaviour from Trinity College, Dublin and a BE (Elec Eng) from UCC. He is a licensed practitioner in the administration of MBTI (Myers Briggs Type Indicator) and EQ-i2.0 / EQ-i360 (Emotional Intelligence). He is a Chartered Fellow of CIPD and a member of EMCC (European Mentoring & Coaching Council). He holds a post-graduate Diploma in Executive Coaching (UCC). He is also an accomplished musician and writer.

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