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Neish Consultancy

Organisation Change and People Development

For Organisations who are going through a change and wish to transition towards this change ensuring their people continue to feel motivated and valued in the organisation.  The change could be anything from re-structuring, a culture change, a move towards a performance management culture to a product range diversification.

Neish Consultancy will deploy methods such as individual and team workshops to facilitate working together across boundaries, working with teams to identify and eliminate barriers to team working, working with teams to strengthen team working through awareness of each other’s strengths, coaching on a one to one basis to support career and succession planning, self awareness, identification of skills gaps and development plans and provide a career placement service where appropriate.

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