Mark Exley

Mark Exley

Mark has extensive experience in Human Resources, specialising in Reward Management. This includes all aspects of the remuneration package, along with the methodologies and application of relevant incentive schemes. Mark’s experience also includes managing Company car schemes, including duty of care compliance. He possesses well developed expertise in mentoring and coaching, up to and including board level and encompassing all aspects of people management. Mark’s primary objective is to add value to an organisation and make a difference. He gets a real buzz from helping businesses and individuals to fulfil their potential.

In his spare time Mark can often be found on an Athletics track coaching athletes or officiating at matches.

If you’d like to benefit from Mark’s expertise, get in touch using the contact form on the right, or call 01604 763 494. If you’re not ready to pick up the phone yet, read more about our reward management and HR services.

Mark's Recent Blog Posts

Business advice, attitude to risk, trusted HR Consultants, HR advice

I’ve been doing a lot of driving this year, much of it in long stretches of 50 mph limits on various motorways across the country.  As the traffic approaches the reduced speed limit, we all slow down.  We know the average speed cameras are watching.  As we pootle along at 50 mph, every so often a car will tank past at well over 60 mph.

16th June 2016
reward management, HR, communication, performance management

It’s surprising how accurate a description of your workforce can be given through an analogy with horses, by separating them into these 4 categories.

25th May 2016
What is Your Business Image?

The past month has seen us say goodbye to 2 Rock icons, with the passing of that master of excess Lemmy Kilmister, frontman of Motörhead and the enigmatic genius David Bowie.

02nd February 2016
promises, company values, credibility, employee engagement

A popular view of a politician is a person who promises the voters what they want prior to performing a convenient U-turn once elected. How many business leaders sign up to the promise of their Company values, but in reality see them as applying to everyone else in their business except themselves?

14th December 2015
Sales team communication

Sales staff, by their very nature are competitive animals. In many businesses there are external and internal sales teams, with the sales force on the road complemented by the team in the office who follow up leads and expedite the orders.

19th November 2015
business lessons to be learnt from athletics

As Jessica Ennis-Hill starts her bid to qualify for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, Athletics remains a prime example of dedication, skill, resilience and practical application, all attributes that apply equally to business. So what can business learn from Athletics?

11th June 2015
Reward Management - Sales Pipeline

Over the last few years, expressions have gone in and out of fashion at an increasing rate and business has provided us with a rich seam of meaningless, disposable terms.  My particular favourite is the sales “pipeline”, possibly the most ambiguous of terms and one sprayed about like confetti.

26th March 2015
Saxon - Live to Rock

This week, as I enjoyed another timeless and phenomenal set from British Heavy Metal royalty, Saxon, it reminded me of all the reasons I love this music and what business can learn from it.

05th February 2015
Reward Management - Benefits Package

It is common in business for a generous benefits package to be offered to managers. But have you ever thought what value you are getting from what is often a significant expenditure and what is your objective in providing a benefits package? Perception of value is often at odds with the reality of the situation and the answer is in your hands.

04th March 2014
Reward Management - Company Car Cash Alternatives

Over the past 15 years many businesses have given up the Company Car and offered a cash alternative to their staff.  In their eyes, the so called ‘Grey Fleet’ offers a clean and tidy way of absolving themselves of the responsibility of running Company car schemes. But in reality this represents a potentially dangerous strategy.

14th February 2014

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