Eno Maycock

Dr Eno Maycock is a Chartered Member of the CIPD and a fellow of the World Business Institute.

She a senior lecturer and an Assistant Professor and teaches on the Coventry University’s MBA and MSc Programs. She was the CPD & External Programmes Co-ordinator (which helps SMM deliver its Enterprise & Commercial priorities and targets) within the School of Marketing and Management, Coventry University, UK. Eno has expertise in the area of consultancy, building collaborative partnerships and new business, Decision Making, leadership, Organisational Behaviour, Diversity, Cultural Competence, Performance and Reward Management and International reward practices.

She has delivered a number of leadership and management programmes and consulted for private and public sector clients which include the Bill and Malinda Gates foundation, The CRRC Corporation Limited (CRRC) China, SheCreatesAfrica, UK Civil Service (DWP), The Foreign and Commonwealth programmes in India and Ethiopia, The NHS, Scarborough Borough Council, Highways Agency, Bank of Ireland, West Midlands Police, The Nigerian Civil Service (MDG), The National University of Singapore, Scottish Police Authority, and National Trust for Scotland (Scottish Heritage).

She also developed, and designed the new organisational behaviour online course for the Coventry University online MBA program, designed & lead through the accreditation process the UNITE programme and was also a course Director for the BA Business &HRM programme. She designed and implemented a new reward scheme for Standard Guardian Group of companies, which operates in 4 countries in Africa.

She also designed and developed the MIDS, programme and 2 courses for the Ethiopian Foreign and Commonwealth Office Senior Leadership Programme which was taken through approval here at Coventry University between the year 2019 and 2020.

She also advices for a number for charity organisations within the Sub Saharan African Region enabling the the sub grantees to work collaboratively while building partnerships across West Africa. Eno has extensive experience lecturing in Human Resource Management with specific research interest in Public sector reforms, organisational behaviour and misbehaviour, Entrepreneurship, Diversity, cultural competence, Reward and Performance Management, Leadership, Gender and Women in public/private sector Leadership and International HRM and Culture. She also sits on the board of 3 organisations.

She also leads a social enterprise, called SheCreatesAfrica, to uplift women in eight African countries out of poverty by helping them build entrepreneurship skills, confidence and their financial literacy skills, giving them the expertise needed to run their own micro and small business enterprises. To date, SheCreatesAfrica has trained over 470 women entrepreneurs and have financially enabled 83 women with small loans to set up their own businesses. SheCreatesAfrica currently has just over 57 thriving and profitable female owned small businesses (within the agricultural, manufacturing, sales and educational sectors) that has emerged from the support, training and workshops that we have provided. In 2019 we teamed up and collaborated with a community bank to provide banking and financial services to women who are part of the SheCreatesAfrica network.