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Client Success Stories

Goodfellow

“I was introduced to Pro-actions as I was looking for support to help my business through a period of growth and consequent change. The advice and support I have received from Colin Blore has been outstanding. Having someone with such experience and an external perspective has been invaluable, and I have benefited hugely from his ability to offer sound advice, support and reassurance.”

Steve Harding, Managing Director

The stair climbing company

“Pro-actions have provided me with excellent coaching skills during our most challenging moments and when most needed. It has been a pleasure to work with Pro-actions and we look forward to continue to grow our business with their help.”

Emma Woodthorpe, Managing Director

IHCS

“Their support over the years has been invaluable in helping us grow as a business. As a business owner it often helps to have another set of eyes to challenge and offer advice, as such we would have no hesitation in recommending Pro-actions to anyone looking to refine what they are already doing with the view to growing and taking their business to the next level”

Itayi M Chirinda, Managing Director

Volsom

 

Richard Fewings, Managing Director

People Series: Blog 4 – Performance Management

Our last newsletter focused on the importance of setting objectives and expectations for each of the roles in your organisation. Having done that it is vital to review performance against the objectives set.

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People Series: Blog 3 “Objectives and Expectations”

So, you’ve now decided on your organisational structure, the roles you are looking to fill and started to recruit your team (see our previous newsletters). Now it’s time to start to think about setting the objectives for these roles and, just as importantly, your expectations.

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People Series: Blog 2 “Recruitment”

Good recruitment always starts with being clear about what you are trying to recruit for.  This sounds simple but is rarely easy…

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