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Philip Pryor

September 24, 2009 Recommended Colleagues, Resources 1 Comment


Philip Pryor – Morphthink Pty Ltd

Specialising in . . .

  • resolving difficult internal and external negotiations
  • senior executive coaching
  • leadership and management development

Philip Pryor is a very creative training facilitator and coach.  As Principal of Morphthink Pty Ltd, Philip Pryor works with executives designing and implementing real-time change initiatives and strategies that provide practical outcomes, usually with extremely high ROI.

Over recent years, Philip has undertaken extensive work with family businesses in Australia and is a preferred facilitator with Family Business Australia.

Read more about Philip Pryor’s skills and expertise, and hear what Bob Selden has to say . . .

This work involves influencing at a very strategic and  political level as well as resolving difficult internal and external negotiations. Philip Pryor has worked with senior executives from State and Federal Government, IT, Pharmaceutical, Automotive, Higher Education and Finance in Australia, New Zealand, the US and the UK.

Phil has worked with Bob Selden for over 10 years on leadership and management projects such as those for 3M Australia, the Australian Institute of Management and many others.  Along with Bob, he has coached on the Mobilizing People Leadership Program at the International Institute for Management Development in Lausanne, Switzerland.  Phil is also an adjunct member of faculty at the Australian Graduate School of Management in Sydney, Australia.

Bob Selden says . . .

“I have worked with Phil Pryor for over 10 years on a number of both small and large leadership and management development consultancy assignments.  For me, there are two things that stands out about Phil – his ability to relate to people at all levels and his knack of getting people to view things from a different perspective.”

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