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Spire Healthcare is committed to the highest quality of patient care and has earned a reputation as a leader in its field.
Spire Healthcare offers a wide range of treatments and procedures to insured and self funding patients.
Spire Healthcare were looking to explore ways in which some of their key business leaders could develop their presence and maintain a high level of performance in the work place.
Series of practical acting techniques blended with leadership development which were categorised around the physical, the vocal and the mind.
Participants were equipped with effective yet accessible techniques they could implement back in the workplace in order to stay at peak performance level, optimising productivity. The structure of the workshop enabled participants to identify areas of strength previously unknown and develop areas they weren’t so comfortable in, enhancing self awareness. Furthermore, simple exercises could be harnessed in order to enhance their presence before presentations to the board, increasing their influence skills.
“I have had the pleasure of working with People People twice on Leadership Development Programmes. Rob is an excellent facilitator, blending acting techniques with leadership development, his relaxed and welcoming style ensures that all delegates take the most from their learning. I do not hesitate to recommend People People to you.”
Debs Barker, Organisational Development Consultant, Spire Health Care.
London Quest were looking to equip 250 volunteers of the 2015 Rugby World Cup with skills to engage and interact with spectators.
People People designed and delivered two separate workshops in 5 cities for up to 60 participants at a time. Workshops were designed to explore techniques and exercises around raising energy, developing personal impact, effective entrances and exits, drawing in audiences and making spectators feel valued. As a result of the work, we were able to gain the buy-in of participants needed in order to make the programme a success.
Participants put into practice the skills they had developed during their training in the 13 tournament stadiums nationwide. The programme was deemed successful by key stakeholders of RWC2015, London Quest and featured on the ITV National News.
“When designing and delivering a tournament-wide programme for the Rugby World Cup in 2015, People People’s knowledge and expertise proved invaluable. Their intelligent and measured approach encouraged truly effective collaboration throughout the planning stages. In delivery, the facilitator’s ability to quickly establish a genuine rapport with the trainees, gaining their acceptance and trust, was one of the major contributors to the success of the programme as a whole.”
Tim Morgan, Managing Director, London Quest
London Quest are specialists in bespoke theatrical events and experiences.
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Health Education England (HEE) exists for one reason only: to support the delivery of excellent healthcare and health improvement to the patients and public of England by ensuring that the workforce of today and tomorrow has the right numbers, skills, values and behaviours, at the right time and in the right place.
NHS Health Education England wished to improve the productivity levels of cross specialty, clinical and non-clinical, NHS employees.
In collaboration with their lead coach and supervisor, we designed a short practical workshop using the kind of exercises actors may utilise before they go on stage. These were geared around enabling participants to find an inner source of inspiration which they could access and carry with them back in the workplace.
The workshop was extremely highly evaluated. NHS employees were armed with a wealth of tools and models they could utilise when back in their relevant sectors to reduce levels of stress and enhance productivity and personal wellbeing.
“People People and myself devised and delivered a workshop to cross-specialty NHS employees. It was a generative and collaborative process. After listening carefully to the brief, they encouraged ideas to generate and develop, offering structure and content along the way. The process was creative, collaborative and fluid, but at the same time remained efficient and structured to ensure the product was delivered on time, and covered the agreed outcomes.
Having met the facilitator before delivery, it was clear that he was well prepared and professional in his approach. During delivery, his enthusiastic, energising and confident style inspired the participants to fully engage with the workshop and it’s themes. The whole experience was very positive, and the workshop was extremely highly evaluated.”
Naomi Craft, Lead Coach and Supervisor, London Leadership Academy – Health Education England