Masters Course

Add immediate value to your employer, your work and your life.

Developed for forward-looking organisations, and professionals who want to become wise leaders of change, the new Masters (MA) in People and Organisation Development delivers a fresh approach to change management. The three-year, part-time course blends immersive residentials with online learning delivered by world-leading faculty, in partnership with the University of Chichester. “The creation of this Masters has been a long-held ambition of Mayvin, it represents an evolution in Organisation Development learning, delivered within a vibrant community and accessed in a way that’s relevant to both employers and professionals, now and well into the future”. Professor Dr James Traeger, Programme Director

Guest contributors including NTL Institute. Experience NTL’s world-famous Human Interaction Laboratory T-Group.

Dates: Year 1 of the programme will run from April 2022

Join us at our free virtual open days to find out more:
• 29th September
• 24th November

In partnership with:

Guest contributor:

“I am drawn to Mayvin for its refreshing, post-conventional approach to OD and change – so needed in these times! 

For its generosity of spirit in creating spaces for associates to connect, develop and feel part of a fab community!”

“The programme has made a tremendous difference to how I work and how I feel about my work. It has given me the knowledge, strength and confidence to grow.”

Find out more

    Masters (MA) in People and Organisation Development

    Get in touch to:

    • find out more
    • register for our open days
    • ask for a prospectus
    • have a chat with no commitment

    Our free virtual open days are:

    • 29th September
    • 24th November

    At the open days you will:

    • Hear more detail about the programme
    • Meet faculty and potential participants
    • Have a one-to-one conversation with a member of faculty if you would like one

    Reach us using the details below or send a message using the contact form

    We're based in the South East of the UK and work globally

    Faculty

    The Transformative Masters for Changing Times

    Programme Director
    BA (Hons), PG Dip Psych, PhD

    James is known for his wisdom, intuition and the depth of his knowledge. His sensitive and pragmatic approach, offering sound advice and thought provoking questions, enables people to master complex situations and find important truths that are out of sight.

    Programme Lead Year 1
    BA, MSc, PG Cert Coaching, Chartered FCIPD

    Carolyn is passionate about developing the adaptive capacity of people and systems to learn and thrive. She is known for her leadership, relationship-based approach and strategic and creative thinking. Carolyn brings both a mindset and set of methodologies from complexity science to her work.

    Year 1 Faculty
    BSc (Hons), MSc

    Tony brings a strategic perspective, creating space for clients to understand their contexts and to reflect on their ways of working. Clients value his calm, reflective and occassionally challenging presence.

    Year 1 Faculty
    MBA

    Seema’s strengths lie in her ability to quickly form and develop relationships and becoming a trusted advisor. She is a skilled facilitator who loves helping clients unpick their knotty challenges and find renewed excitement in achieving business objectives.

    Programme Lead Year 2
    MA (Oxon), MBA

    People trust Martin, they feel better about themselves and the world after spending time with him. The thing that enables this is the strong relationships he develops, with integrity, care and trust – relationships that last well beyond the confines of any piece of work.

    Year 2 Faculty
    BA, PGdip, MBA, NTL

    Shelly has passion and courage to support organisations to enhance their Inclusion practice. She works at the individual, group and organisational level to understand the complex dynamics of diversity work.

    Year 2 Faculty
    MSc, BA, HSDP

    Steve supports and challenges clients to find their edge and stretch when what they are after is more than simply ‘better sameness’.