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Deborah Dor 

As a seasoned Executive and Business Coach, Deborah has a unique blend of specialist service industry business experience, having worked in and accelerated the growth of listed and non-listed companies.

Deborah’s strength is her ability to energise, empower and unlock untapped potential in high performing people. She works with SME owners, market leaders and senior managers across industry sectors to improve their performance, productivity and to increase the equity value of their businesses. Deborah achieves this through coaching, mentoring and training her clients so they can achieve at the highest level. 

Deborah’s first City appointment was as an independent recruiter for J Rothschild Assurance, now St. James's Place Wealth Management, a FTSE 100 company.  Deborah was subsequently recruited by Devonshire Group PLC and successfully transformed the wholly owned subsidiary Devonshire Executive into the market leading search firm Mantaray Partners (winning the ISR Award 1998 - 2001). As a main board Director and Equity Shareholder and following an MBO / MBI to re-align the equity, Devonshire Group was acquired in 2005 by a company which sold it to US giant RR Donnelley.

Deborah personally delivers robust one-on-one coaching for CEO’s and their senior teams. These include bespoke Leadership Development, Communication and Performance Programmes which help clients achieve their personal and commercial objectives. 

As an advocate for equality, Deborah is passionate about the importance of promoting gender balanced Boards and works with clients to address complex needs in today’s markets. She leaves clients feeling confident, empowered and ready to succeed

 

 

 

 

 

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