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Misselbrook - Youth Leader & Administrator - London, Gt Lon, UK

Lee Misselbrook

London, Gt Lon, UK

Summary

With almost 6 years experience working with vunerable people using my skills in communication and motivation, This has led me to seek a position which will allow me to utilize my experiences and abilities to lead and manage others using my skills in coaching and mentoring. Providing solutions to problems, also having business awareness I am able to plan and organise sufficiently with a full understanding of other peoples needs.

Services

Youth Leader & Administrator

Summary:

With almost 6 years experience working with vunerable people using my skills in communication and motivation, This has led me to seek a position which will allow me to utilize my experiences and abilities to lead and manage others using my skills in coaching and mentoring. Providing solutions to problems, also having business awareness I am able to plan and organise sufficiently with a full understanding of other peoples needs.
Skills Summary
• Leadership skills • Mentoring Skills • Communication Skills
• Managing Skills • Motivational skills • Organisational skills

Commanding Officer Falmouth Air Cadets - Present
• With a fast changeover of Commanding Officers in the last 3 years, there had been a detrimental effect on the number of cadets in the unit. Staff moral was low and the implications of becoming a detached flight and losing Falmouth’s identity as a separate unit was imminent.
• Using motivational skills for staff and negotiating with local schools I managed to increase the squadron numbers from 9 to 30 within one month.
• Using organizational skills and attention to detail I transformed the unit into a more proactive and functional place in which to work.
• Having a huge number of intakes in one go, I was required to identify the different learning styles of young people.
• Having this knowledge of learning styles, I was able to retrain the staff and change the processes by which teaching took place.
• Because of my ability to motivate and encourage staff to progress I have encouraged new members and assisted in the process of civilian staff becoming RAF Officers.
• I have also motivated staff to gain further qualifications and enhance their own learning skills.

Work History

Product Consultant

Neal's Yard Remedies

From February 2013

Home Events product consultant for organic products.

Business Owner

Sewgood! Sewing Services

From March 2013

I currently run my own business specialising in School and Military Uniforms Repairs and Alterations. Soft Furnishings, Transformations and designs.

Squadron Commander

RAFVR(T)

November 2009 - August 2012

Squadron Commander of Falmouth Air Cadets.

Projects

Cornwall & Isles of Scilly Youth Offending Service

Having three roles within the YOS meant I spend a considerable amount of time with young people which enabled me to put my skills into practice.
• Appropriate Adult – Aid and assist the process for P.A.C.E. procedures in custody, ensuring the welfare of young people and that the procedure for interviewing was conducted correctly.
• Community Panel Member – To assist the panel in setting a contract with the young person who has been given a Referral Order by the courts.
• Caseworker – Once a young person has been given reparation by a panel I met with that young person and mentored them throughout, aiming for a change in their offending behavior, working on self esteem, cognative thought patterns and coaching towards being good citizens.

Administrator White Gold Cornwall CIC

• Commencing in May 2011 I was given the opportunity to put all my skills from the Youth offending Service (YOS) and the ATC into practice and become WGC’s Administrator. This gave me insight into the managerial side of running a business involving vunerable young people and those at risk of offending.
• WGC had a new office and I was able to start all the administration form scratch and help build a committed team. Together the Directors and myself introduced WGC into the community as a new project and gained recognized success within all the schools within Cornwall.
• My role culminated in being PA to the Directors and working along side the Operational manager in achieving the company’s aims to provide a well needed service in the community. I was also part of the Advisory Group Board as a Secretary and Treasurer to WGC and worked closely with our accountant to maintain accurate records of the finances and ensured all funding was spent correctly.

Squadron Commander

• With a fast changeover of Commanding Officers in the last 3 years, there had been a detrimental effect on the number of cadets in the unit. Staff moral was low and the implications of becoming a detached flight and losing Falmouth’s identity as a separate unit was imminent.
• Using motivational skills for staff and negotiating with local schools I managed to increase the squadron numbers from 9 to 30 within one month.
• Using organizational skills and attention to detail I transformed the unit into a more proactive and functional place in which to work.
• Having a huge number of intakes in one go, I was required to identify the different learning styles of young people.
• Having this knowledge of learning styles, I was able to retrain the staff and change the processes by which teaching took place.
• Because of my ability to motivate and encourage staff to progress I have encouraged new members and assisted in the process of civilian staff becoming RAF Officers.
• This has enabled the Plymouth & Cornwall Wing to notice the potential in me and they have given me more staff to train.
• I have also motivated staff to gain further qualifications and enhance their own learning skills.
• My main achievement was to produce the required Tender questionnaire for Cornwall Council (PQQ) from which came success in being a commissioned service for the council. Rewritting policies and ensuring the company was run with the requirements to a set standard was also a key task.

Qualifications & Certifications

Firstline Management

Institute of Leadership & Management

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