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Leadership Matters

Effective leadership really does matter. The events of this few months have shown us this, from the Uber Chief taking time out after a disastrous management review to Theresa May losing her parliamentary majority apparently because of her leadership style. And yet… … formal leadership and management development is seen often as a luxury. People get promoted because they are good at what they do.


If I had a pound for every person who has told me that they have had little or no formal management training, I would be a very rich woman.

Future leaders need the best management development an organisation can afford. They need the skills to be able to manage people, themselves included. They need to be able to manage the business, the processes, targets and outcomes, the supply chain and finance. And they need to manage the digital marketing side of their business or be left behind.

I have the pleasure of delivering management and leadership development programmes across all levels within an organisation, from aspiring mangers to managing directors. I have yet to encounter anyone who has not learned from the programme and used the skills to improve their organisation. The new managers use the experience and the qualification to progress in their careers as it simply opens doors for them. The more senior managers learn that an open minded approach to continuous professional development often holds the key to their own effective leadership.

Our innovative programmes are designed to suit you and they are all based on us carrying out detailed learning needs analysis first, to get the right type of programme for you.

There really is no excuse. Bad leadership and management damages people and organisations. Social media makes sure that everyone knows immediately and we are back to where we started with our opening line.

Get yourself the best development programme and qualification you can afford and get qualified. Complete this learning needs analysis which is complimentary and we will point you in the right direction.

Learning Needs Analysis – Training Matters

The rest is up to you

Margo Findlay


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