Learning and Development Services

Learning and Development Programmes

We have seen many businesses concentrate on what they see as the key areas ie focused on their “top talent”. Can you afford to ignore the rest? Past experience tells us that cutting training and other “discretionary spend” leaves your workforce ill prepared to cope with the demands of the current

The services are:

  • Focused on your business
  • Adapted to meet your needs
  • Flexible to your timescale and budget

We offer a number of programmes, which you are welcome to browse and amend to fit your needs. If you’d like to know more about the programmes and coaching options we offer, please get in touch.

We have programmes available covering:

  • Business networking
  • Collaboration across the business
  • Customer service
  • Developing business relationships
  • Effective leadership and management
  • Management skills / Performance management
  • Managing change
  • Presenting at seminars
  • Practical project management
  • Successful teams

If we can’t deliver it ourselves, we will almost certainly know someone else who can help and advise.

What is “Coaching”?

Coaching is one-to-one skills development focused on you and your business in order to improve business results.

What will Coaching do for you?

Together with an experienced coach, you will examine your business operations and people to identify ways to develop the skills needed to increase business performance.

“One to one performance coaching is the way for both organisations and individuals to significantly impact the bottom line.” Fortune Magazine

Are you responsible for many key areas of the business? Finance, premises, buying, selling, marketing, advertising, recruitment and paying staff, as well as delivering a great service. Coaching is a key development activity for many business people as it is focused on you, your business and your business issues, in as much depth as you require, when you want it.

Coaching project managers

If you are responsible for a department or function within a business, it is likely that, at some point in time, you will be responsible for setting up or making significant changes to business systems or processes, whether IT-based or not. Sue uses her experience working as a project manager, together with coaching, to help department heads to manage these internal projects, balancing the time and resources need to deliver the project, alongside the day-to-day business activities which they, and their staff, are expected to maintain.

Want more information?

Sue’s contact details are at the top of the page, if you would like further information.