- Development overview
We work with people and organisations to develop their full potential.
At a personal development level, this can be achieved through one to one coaching, performance coaching for teams, or developing the potential of business leaders. At an organisational level, we offer strategic insight to achieve systemic change.
We believe that the health and effectiveness of any organisation is determined by the talents and motivations of the people that work within it.
We have built a reputation based on our capability to ensure that individuals achieve their true potential, because when they do, so do their organisations.
By understanding an organisation’s attitudes, values, goals and structures, we help identify ways of aligning improved people performance with organisation performance. We do this in many different industry sectors, including professional and financial services, energy and not for profit.
Some areas of our work include:
- Strategic planning
- Merging cultures: building a common vision post merger or acquisition
- Performance transfer
- Developing sales performance
- Managing people to perform
- Expert facilitation
- Career counselling
- Recruitment of talent
- Succession planning
Get in touch
For more information about our unique development programme opportunities call 01225 731406 or email email@example.com
Our ongoing development programme for medical professionals in India, Nepal, Tanzania, Egypt and Guatemala is helping dramatically increase the number of life-changing eye surgeries in some of the world’s poorest countries.
Wescott Williams provided coaching to a new team at Nationwide Building Society set up to negotiate terms with a major supplier in line with stringent new regulations laid down by the Financial Services Authority (FSA).
Wescott Williams has supported a not for profit member-owned card organisation that provides the brand, systems, services and rules that help make electronic payments between millions of European consumers, retailers and businesses and governments happen.