Tracy Boylin MCIPD
Tracy is a human resource and organizational development specialist. She worked as a HR Director for 20 years spanning the private, charity and public sectors, during which time she was commended by Ofsted for resolving the longest running strike in Educational History and won a National Training Award. She brings her commercial acumen to all aspects of her work and has strong communication, presentation and inter-personal skills and as a result is regularly asked to speak at National Conferences.
A commercial professional, she is also a Trustee of Healthwatch, Vice Chair of Turton High School and sixth form College, expert witness, mediator, and coach. She is a Visiting Research Fellow for Middlesex University where her first piece of research has just been published and Visiting Teaching Associate for Warwick University. As former Executive Officer for Patients First her special interests and expertise include patient safety, human factors, culture change, engagement, OD and ethics. She has been named as one of the great leaders in Healthcare by the author, in the book “Brainy Neuroscience for Engaged People”
She works nationally with clients from Board level down but would like the North West in particular to benefit from her expertise so is seeking to expand in this region.
Sylvia has been previous employed in the Nursing, Clinical and Teaching (lecturer) sectors and brings a wealth of experience to Expect. She is currently undertaking research in ancient studies specializing in an analysis of ancient writings.
Sylvia takes her role as trustee very seriously and hopes to support the oversight of Expects practices to provide professional excellence through our hands on care and support, helping to demonstrate our transparency and integrity to care. She also hopes to celebrate diversity and promote inclusion.
Committed to Expect, Sylvia hopes to promote the strategic vision of Expect whilst displaying an independent judgement and to support the work of our staff team, ensuring that they are properly managed and supported. Ultimately, she hopes to utilise her personal skills and experience to improve the lives of people.