development programmes
The outcomes of the diagnostic phase and the business needs drives what the learning interventions are. This could include blended activities including face to face workshops, 1:1 support, webinars, group coaching, including pre and post course work
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professional coaching
Structured coaching sessions based on the specific needs of the individual that focuses on actions to put the learning into practice. Our informal approach develops coaching skills while solving real business problems with colleagues
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learning needs analysis
We successfully design, develop and deliver development centres and events to identify strengths and development needs of the individual leaders. Session outcomes are then used to agree the next steps, including setting individual development plans
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