If you would like to make your training and coaching activities, even more, effective, or perhaps you’re not quite sure what your development needs are, then maybe we can help you there too. Have a look at the other services we have on offer.

Learning Needs Analysis

Learning needs analyses are undertaken to determine the gap between the existing skills, knowledge and abilities of staff and those that are needed for the organisation to function at the desired level.

This is the best way we know of ensuring that individuals become aware of their personal development needs, whilst making sure that priorities are established for the organisation.

We will work with you to design the best type of learning needs analysis which might be one, or a combination, of the following:

  • Interviews with individual employees
  • Self-assessment questionnaires
  • Team assessment questionnaires
  • Focus groups

We will then collate the information and make recommendations for learning activities and outcomes.

For more information on learning needs analysis please email [email protected]

360 Degree Feedback Surveys

360 Degree Feedback Surveys are used to evaluate job-related performance and development needs. Because feedback is gathered from multiple sources, the results are more compelling than a traditional evaluation from a single manager’s perspective. Employees benefit from better self-awareness and the organisation benefits from improved performance, clear understanding of development needs and a more cost effective use of development resources.

The surveys can be used at all levels and with all functions, and be administered for either individuals or groups of any size.

For more information on 360 Degree Feedback Surveys please email [email protected]

Facilitation

Facilitation is a process designed to enable a group of people to work together to do their best thinking and problem solving.

By providing non-directive leadership, the facilitator helps the group to find inclusive solutions and build sustainable agreements around the decisions that are its task. The role is one of assistance and guidance, not control but by encouraging full participation, promoting mutual understanding and cultivating shared responsibility.

The word ‘Facilitate’ means to make easy or easier. So quite simply, a facilitator’s job is to make it easier for the group to do its work. Our facilitators will:

  • Collaborate with you to plan and design the meeting process ahead of the day
  • Clarify the purpose of the meeting, the desired outcomes, the process to be used and the roles of each person on the day
  • Clarify behaviours and expectations on the day
  • Draw out opinions and encourage all members to participate
  • Clarify communication between people and keep the meeting on task
  • Encourage the group and summarise progress at key points
  • Guide the group in coming to conclusion, agreement and clarity

For more information on Facilitation please email [email protected]


I usually get bored during meetings and my mind tends to wander but I was interested the whole time and enjoyed the workshop

- November 2011