ROI

  • Coaching
    • Our coaching programmes produce return on investment in the following ways:

      • Improved productivity.
      • Preventing Employment Tribunal.
      • Job satisfaction.
      • Reducing team conflict.

      We approach all our coaching clients as individuals, who are also members of a team. It is important to us to communicate with managers.  When we are finished we like to be sure that the job is being done to an acceptable standard or that there is a route to move along that everyone is happy about.

      Coaching as a reasonable adjustment isn’t just ticking a box before moving to capability assessment.

      Coaching makes tangible, measurable improvements to productivity and performance that make a difference to job security.

      The bottom line:  Our coaching costs an average of £ 750 plus VAT per person.

      When you compare that to the cost of replacing an employee, which the CIPD (2007) estimated at £ 4,333 per person we believe it is excellent value for money.

  • Assessments
    • A workplace needs or cognitive assessment from one of our Psychologists is an investment in identifying the underlying cause of the difficulty being experienced.

      • A cognitive assessment results in a full profile of strengths and weaknesses, along with help to understand how to apply these at work.
      • A Workplace needs assessment results in a clear recommendation for adjustments that are reasonable investments for both the employee and the organisation.

      Unlike many other companies, we provide ongoing feedback and support after the assessment and are happy to answer any queries you may have.

      We are thorough, jargon free and job focused. The role concerned will be fully explored as well as more  general abilities.

      We don’t finish until we are convinced that everyone understands the report and the implications.

      Our rates are £ 575 plus VAT per assessment or £ 950 plus VAT for a combined assessment.

      Compared to the cost of recruitment (average £ 4,333 per person, CIPD, 2007) and the risk of Employment Tribunal, if managers do not understand how to support and develop their employees leaving employees struggling to perform, this cost offers a great return on investment.

  • Resources
    • Our combined package of Action Learning Sets and our extensive multi-media learning resources is the most cost effective solution for organisations.

      In groups, the whole is more than the sum of its parts.  We can transfer knowledge more effectively with the added bonus that discussion between learners mean they will share many strategies and tips.

      Our facilitators keep the discussion positive and work centred, but their time is split between 6-12 rather than 1:1.  This offers an extremely good return on investment compared to the HR costs involved in performance management without specialist support.