Media Operations Management
Media Operations Management is a professional services business led by Dr Peter L. Block.
We provide a range of services that focus on workforce development from the strategic through to delivery.
In partnership with other experienced consultants we provide a range of people development related services. These include desk based research, management development workshops and courses on creativity and innovation for management teams.
What we do
In business, whether in the public or the private sector, the first step in developing a strategy is to understand the environment within which an organisation operates. We work with organisations to provide them with independent, rigorous analytical processes based on academic methodologies yet rooted in the practical realties of the commercial world.
We follow four key principles in carrying out this work to ensure that the client achieves the outcomes and objectives it is seeking.
We have built these principles from our professional research and consultancy experience of undertaking work with a range of clients.
Publications and Research
A wealth of knowledge
Peter has written for a wide range of journals and produced a number of reports for Government and associated agencies. In 2015 he wrote the briefing notes for the Employment &Human Rights Commission used in their legal guidebook on Diversity in broadcasting.
Career development consulting
On the job
The consulting service is based on Peter’s many years as a Learning & Development specialist; designing and delivering learning solutions for a wide range of organizations in the public and private sector.
What can Media Operations Management do for me?
What is business coaching?
Coaching is a process that aims to improve performance and focuses on the ‘here and now’ rather than on the distant past or future.
Good coaches believe that the individual always has the answer to their own problems but understands that they may need help to find the answer.
‘…is unlocking a person’s potential to maximise their own performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them.’
Timothy Gallwey, The Inner Game of Work
‘…is the art of facilitating the performance, learning and development of another”.
Myles Downey Effective Coaching
A coach will;-
- be non-directive
- be non-judgemental
- be person-centred
- ensure an individual is responsibility for their action
- ensure an investment in their growth
- focuses on the present/future
Usually coaching is arranged at regular intervals for a set time. You have a protected time and location for your coaching session.
Group coaching can also be arranged but meets different needs.
Peter or one of the team can provide that coaching expertise to support your development
How Do I Know if Business Coaching Is Right for Me?
Do You Only Work With Established Companies?
Peter is a business consultant and an academic conducting research into the creative industries. His main interests are about the workforce and careers in this sector. As an independent consultant he works for media operations management ltd a company established to assist organisations with their people development, particularly in the UK television industry. He is an associate for c&e advisory.