Change is inevitable. In business, change can come in many forms, expansion, restructuring, adding new products or services to your offering or even taking on the challenge of relocation. All of these things should be viewed as positive; opportunities to increase profit and develop staff members should be inevitable.

However, often teams can resist change or become overwhelmed when taking on a new or large project. We can help you plan a smooth transition through any period of business development and ensure your staff are informed about their role in the process and how they can communicate clearly and constructively any challenges they may face during the project.


Do your projects complete on time and within budget?

Is innovation encouraged?

What is your evaluation process and how do you implement the lessons learned from delivering a big project?

Taking on a large project can be a huge risk for an organisation if staff are not properly prepared and a clear plan is not made to allocate and utilise resources. We can help create a plan for each member of your team to follow during the project and ensure you and your team are supported throughout.


If you were to start your business from scratch knowing everything you do now about your team and industry would you make changes to your companies structure or culture? The answer to this question is almost always a resounding “yes”.

That being said businesses rarely take time to address changes they would like to make and to put them into practice. 

We can advise you on how to make the changes you want, create the company culture you envisage and support you through the process.


Consistent outcomes require a consistent process.

How do you benchmark your operations?

Would accreditation be useful for morale or promotional purposes?

Do potential customers require certain policies or procedures?

Are you doing enough to recognise good practice?

Having transparent procedures in place so that you and your team know where you are aiming for and how you are going to get there are vital for consistent business development.


We understand that, whilst legislation and laws are uniform, no two organisations work in exactly the same way.

To support and champion differences in ways of working we offer a selection of ways of working with you.

We are available for one-off jobs where you may just need some advice or guidance through a specific issue.

You can work with us on a pay-as-you-go basis where we are on-call as and when you need.

Or, you can set up a contract with us where we commit to spending a certain amount of time on site with you and your team. This is by far the most popular package we offer. Businesses that cannot justify their own HR department find its still important for their team to have a visible HR presence, regardless of whether there is an issue to resolve or it's just another day in the office!

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