Post Redundancy Motivation – TS Tech (Honda)

Posted by on Mar 20, 2013 in Blog, Case Studies, Corporates, Workshops

TS Tech a manufacturer for car seats is a subsidiary of Honda based in Swindon UK. The company had just undergone a redundancy programme and needed to re-engineer their workforce. We designed for them a bespoke MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT programme focussing on their Directors and Senior Management. The programme, delivered as five half day workshops, addressed the Softer People Skills side of leadership. It covered Business climate &...

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Strategic HR Review – Leonard Cheshire Disability Trust

Posted by on Mar 20, 2013 in Blog, Case Studies, Corporates, Workshops

We undertook a Strategic Review of HR for Geoff Shaw who was Training & Development Director at Leonard Cheshire Trust. Leonard Cheshire Disability is a charity working for a society in which every person is equally valued. This work was written up under an article that first appeared in Croner’s Developing HR Strategy (issue No. 24, January 2009).  Croner, part of Wolters Kluwer (UK) Ltd is one of the UK’s leading providers of business...

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Right People, Right Place, Right Time

Posted by on Oct 8, 2012 in Workshops

You’re in business and you have staff – but are your staff in the right roles; doing the right job for you and giving you their best? If your staff are giving you a hard time, you need this workshop, where we’ll be teaching you how to get your staff so motivated that they’ll actually want to come into work! Do you need help with any of the following issues? Is your workforce costing you more than you can afford? Does your business have...

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Surviving Redundancy

Posted by on Jan 19, 2009 in Workshops

How to make sure your redundancies don’t cost a fortune; aren’t too stressful and that your remaining staff feel alright afterwards I know it seems that I’m promising a lot with this title, but the fact remains that 46% of businesses are planning to make redundancies in 2009 (source: Randstad Survey, 2009) and if you’re one of them, it can be a very stressful and expensive time. What a lot of firms don’t realise though is with a bit...

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