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Stuart G.  
A Trainer from Coventry, United Kingdom

Developing Leaders, Teams and Organisations

Stuart G. United Kingdom
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Stuart's Training Portfolio

Leadership * 28 Years

Facilitated leadership development programmes in both public and private sector organisations. Aredited to deliver The following leadership programmes, Adair Leadership programme (ACL), Situational leadership, TOM,


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Team Building * 28 Years

Designed and faciliated team building events for senior management groups in devising business strategy through to multi disiplinary business process improvement teams.

Acredited to deliver the following team development instruments, Belbin Team roles, Strength Deployment Inventory.


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Organisational Development * 28 Years

MSc Organisation Development


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Stuart G.'s Profile

Developing Leaders, Teams and Organisations

An experienced organisation and management development specialist. Stuart's background includes teaching to post graduate level, research and corporate business life.

He has managed a number of start-up training organisations in both the private and public sector. He has trained, consulted and researched in the field of organisation and management development for 20 years.

This includes significant time with large organisations moving from a traditional mechanistic culture to a more customer focused, team working culture. Throughout His professional career he has established close partnerships with my clients by demonstrating an ability to develop interventions that have a measurable effect not only with programme participants but on the organisations bottom line.

At a strategic level Stuart has worked with directors and senior managers to develop and translate mission, vision and values into practical outcomes. At an operational level he has developed organisation members to deliver bottom line business improvements in line with the organisations mission, vision and values.

Stuart's credentials include MSc in Organisation Development a Fellow of the Institute of Training and Occupational Learning, a board member of the Adair Leadership Foundation and a member of the International Association of Facilitators.

Specialties:
Organisation change, leadership development, team development and business process improvement. His approach is to work with clients to improve business performance at both a strategic level and an operational level. More recently he has worked with a number of organisations to develop a partnering approach with their supply chain.

Stuart has worked with a number of organisations across a range of industries and the public/private sectors including:

Harrods, Citibank, London buses, London Underground, The NHS, Local Government Organisations, Haven Warner, Allied Domecq, Yorkshire Electricity, Forestry Authority, DTI, Carlsberg Tetley, Stagecoach, Airlinks, National Express Group, Argos, American Express, Rank Organisation, Royal Mail, Hewlett Packard, BICC, British Gas, Transco, Reed Publishing, Compass Services, Metronetrail, Midland Mainline, Silverlink Trains, TRW aerospace and HM Treasury.
Stuart Travels From
Coventry, United Kingdom

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Stuart's Milestones

Training Experience / Worked In
Memberships, Awards, Certifications
Fellow Instute of Training and Occupational Learning
Strengths
Facilitator of learning events Designing interesting and involving learning events In depth knowledge of business and management of complex organisations
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About Stuart

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Gender
  Male
Age-Group
> 66
Availability
Globally
Languages
  English
Travels from
United Kingdom   United Kingdom
Citizen of
United Kingdom   United Kingdom
Hobbies
Outdoor pursuits Mountaineering Photography Wildlife Conservation
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