About – Melliodora & Matthew Doig
Matthew is a Human Resource Development Consultant and the Managing Director of Melliodora Solutions. His business motto, “Living, Learning and Growing” sums up his holistic approach to training and development activities. Melliodora Solutions provides consultancy services in:
- Leadership and manager development
- Training and Instructional design
- Presentation Skills
- Change Management skills for Managers
- Conflict Resolution and Negotiation
- Organisational Development
- Customer Service development
- Business communication and writing skills
- Utilising Social Media
- Recruitment strategy support
- Self-management skills development
- Performance management, coaching and mentoring support
- Guest speaking services
Matthew has 20 years’ experience developing people within large and small organisations. He has a particular interest in the professional development of staff working to improve their interpersonal and conflict management skills.
Matthew works with a number of different clients within the Finance, Retail, Hospitality/Recreation, Manufacturing, Forestry and Primary Industry sectors. This work includes the development and delivery of training programs, one on one coaching, training needs analysis, workplace assessment and the provision of consultancy services to both government and business.
Matthew is also extensively involved in the delivery of Workplace Trainer and Assessor programs and various specially tailored short courses based around this.
Prior to his consulting activities, Matthew worked within the Department of Defence managing major purchasing projects and providing training support to a range of Defence personnel. Matthew also has experience working within the retail/hospitality industry. This involved work at a trail riding farm and within the liquor retailing area.
Matthew has a Bachelor of Arts from Monash University, a Graduate Diploma in Applied Science from the University of Melbourne, a Diploma in Management and Human Resources and a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. He is a professional member of The Australian Human Resources Institute and The Institute of Learning Practitioners.