Ericsson – A technology and telecoms company that uses innovation to empower people, business and society.

“We have had 150 managers from all of the Scandinavian and Baltic countries through this programme, and we are impressed with the results and the outcome of the programme.

Seen from an organizational perspective, we have an increased awareness among our managers of the importance of dialogue as a way to reach our desired results.”

Peter Hemming
HR Manager

Tine – A Norwegian food group with operations in Scandinavia, the UK and North America focused on pure and natural ingredients to good and healthy food.

“TINE has subsidiaries in the USA, England and other Scandinavian countries. We believe the effects coaching has shown this is one of the best ways of developing our employees, and we will start expanding the coaching as a leadership skill abroad,”

Stein Aasgaard
President of HR and International Sales
Winners of the ICF Prism Award

Scotiabank – A leading multinational financial services provider with over 80,000 employees in 55 countries.

“Increased employee productivity and increased employee engagement (e.g. in two years Scotia Leasing’s results moved from 66% to 91% in employee engagement and satisfaction).

Increase in the complexity and importance of the issues being put on the table.  Better communication and relationships facilitating better strategies, solutions and overall success.”

Alex Connolly
Senior VP
Winners of the ICF Prism Award

Motorola – A multinational telecoms company.

“I gained a clearer understanding of the value of coaching in organizations… Seeing how the models/tools, etc. can truly impact the way managers engage with their teams..

Great programme that can really create change in the way managers manage people. Context within organization setting is very well defined, right on!”

Jeff Becker
Sr. Consultant Leadership & Organization Development


Our Open Courses

In addition to the courses we run for single organisations we run a number of open courses.  Individuals from companies or groups of individuals come together and benefit from a range of different perspectives. On a recent course in Nottingham we had company directors, sports coaches, consultants, entrepreneurs and public sector leaders from the UK and Continental Europe.