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Change processes and measuring achievements

We firmly believe in the need to support behaviour change with rigour - structures, process and training

Our growth strategies and change programs are supported by proven change management operational processes ensuring effective and efficient implementation. Where possible we will build them into (or link them to) your existing systems and management reporting processes.

Early in the process we work with you to identify and quantify what success will look like and agree the most effective measures to be used.  The tools may include both qualitative and quantitative measures depending on the activity or outcome.

Celebration

Celebration is a vital part of employee engagement and ongoing progress reporting and assessment is undertaken to make recognition and reward possible for everyone - at all levels.  Visibility of success is not only important, but encouraging.

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    "Pamela has a clear outcome orientation, strong business skills and insights into organisations, and unfailing relationship building skills, making her a formidable and effective change agent and leader"
    Penny de Valk, Managing Director UK
    Ceridian Performance Partners

    "I was impressed by Pamela's detailed attention to the strategic and commercial aspects of the business"
    Evelyn Bourke, Group Finance Director
    Nascent, UK

    "Pamela's great strengths are her energy and enthusiasm. She relates well to people and has great personal charm...with an ability to succeed in any endeavour and market"
    Kathryn Roberts, Partner
    PricewaterhouseCoopers, New Zealand

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