Mission

"To provide affordable, personalised, people focused solutions, that have long term benefits for the individual and the organisation"

Vision

"To be the consultant of choice for helping organisations create sustainable cultures that realign people with strategic goals resulting in a demonstrable improvement in profitability, productivity and morale"

BARBARA SCOTT

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

Why Barbara? Barbara has enjoyed a rich and varied background
in the private and public sectors, which provides her with a wealth
of transferable skills and knowledge. Her career has included
executive roles in OD and HR with Blue Chip companies.

From early in her career, Barbara has been fascinated by the
interplay of the dynamic between the organisational and human
complexities, and in that context, has worked to understand why
some organisations thrive and others fail. Naturally, Barbara has studied the theory of organisational behaviour, including the motivational and inspirational factors that impact on people's performance. She is hoping to attain her Doctorate in the next year. However, what sets Barbara apart, is that she has years of experience putting these theories into practice, going beyond intelligence and making it real by advocating, making people feel stronger and bringing out the best in them. Barbara will not just provide you with the theoretical tools, she turns theory into practical application and has proven track record in behaviour and culture change, helping to create a leadership culture that delivers positive results and helps to transform teams - into high performing teams.

Barbara again put theory into practice over the last 14 years, leading organisations in Non-Executive Chairman roles in education and an NHS Trust, overseeing budgets in excess of £350m. Recently Barbara was honoured to receive the Peel Hunt/Sunday Times, 2010 Non-Executive Chairman of the Year award (NfP), in recognition for her outstanding performance in transforming the organisation and under her Stewardship.

In a recent article in The Sunday Times, Barbara was referred to as a "Manager of Change". The article provides an overview of the considerable impact of her leadership and the subsequent culture she created, made to one organisation.