Our approach is a blend of the highly pragmatic, and the innovative. We don't use formulaic responses. We start where you are, and together work out the best solution for you and your business. We support and challenge.
We focus on the three, key P's:-
Every business benefits from an external perspective, and it is one way to really accelerate Change in your business.
We like to work with our clients over the long term, which allows us to monitor what works, and what doesn't, to understand the dynamics of the business as well as it's special challenges and personalities. We believe in strategic partnerships with our clients rather than a 'Wham, bam, Thank you Mam' style of consulting where the aim is to take the money and run!
The key element in everything we do is facilitation. This is defined as "making easier; ease; help; assist in accomplishing objectives by engaging and involving others"
We listen, design, organise, advise, support, coach, innovate, energise, orchestrate and catalyse. In other words we help you to be more successful in getting the most out of your people. This increases your productivity, makes for better decisions and ensures commitment.
Meetings can be an expensive waste of time, even more so if they fail to produce action & the right decision. Our meetings are always effective because they are planned & designed to deliver results, and, followed up!
Call us today to find out how we can throw a fresh light on your business and enhance your performance
Testimonial: "I have worked with world class facilitators and coaches, and in my view Richard is one of them. He has an uncanny ability to cut through the cr@p, and point you in the right direction." CSC, senior consultant
Richard is one of the very best I've ever worked with. - Coats - Viyella European Supply Chain Director
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Of the forces which are imperceptible forces, none is greater than that of change ... all things are ever in the state of change ... therefore the I of the past is no longer the I of today. - Chang-tzu, 3rd century commentary