Consultancy

Why choose us for your consultancy?
In contrast to some of the larger consulting firms, we do not use the “land and expand” business model – using a large team, often junior in their expertise and staying as long as possible!

We offer short, focused, strategic, high-value interventions to build your organisational capability in the functional areas related to your critical business issues; an appropriate mix of training, consulting and coaching

We offer an independent expert opinion of a situation / issue. Our standard duration for consultancy can be anything from 1 day to 30 days, or even one day a week for a short period. We do not provide interim resources, we consult on a specific issue until it is resolved.

Our consultants also like to follow through the whole process, so if training and / or coaching is also needed as a result of the consultancy, they may also do that personally – or use one of the wider team.

We offer short, focused, strategic, high-value interventions

Our consultants have all held senior roles in industry, such as:

  • Head of learning and development for various banks
  • Senior partner at Deloitte
  • Group audit and risk director
  • Head of HR
  • Head of lean and six sigma for Ford
  • Global finance director
  • Board member of blue-chip company
  • Chairperson on international charity
  • Companion of IIM (Institute of interim management)
We offer consultancy in:
  • Benchmarking and organisational gap analysis
  • Strategy and policy development
  • Talent management and development
  • Employee engagement strategy
  • Evaluation of the impact of professional development
  • Lean and continuous improvement
  • Change management
  • Project and programme management
  • Finance
  • Risk and management control
  • Bid writing and bid management
We can provide support with:
  • An outside viewpoint when making tough decisions;
  • Facilitated solution development workshops and/or “critical friend” reviews of options to assure clarity of thinking;
  • Fresh perspectives that reduce the risk of being so close to the challenge that you miss an easier solution;
  • Experience from other companies and industries about what has worked (or not) for similar problems in the past;
  • Strategy formulation or project scoping and initiation;
  • Quality assurance and risk reviews of ongoing change or implementation programmes.
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