So, I wrote a while back about how Enact got off to a flyer in our first quarter. Well, I’m pleased to report that as we enter 2016, the mid-point of our financial year, we’re still going strong. The last quarter has in fact been our busiest on record. We’re on course for a Personal Best. (Okay, I know, I’ll stop with the athletics thing. It is the Olympics this year though, you know?)
My gratitude and thanks for our ongoing success go equally to the great, talented team we have here at Enact and to all of our clients for giving us the opportunity to fill our days with enjoyable, stimulating, and rewarding work.
I thought you might be interested to hear a little bit about what we’ve been up to…
The word is out
National Grid continues to be a major client. The more we do for them the more the word spreads throughout the company. From our point of view, it’s great when a client appreciates the effectiveness of our experiential approach and recognises its strengths over conventional training approaches.
So far this year they’ve commissioned us to do a range of projects, including:
- New Ways of Working
- Leading Improvement
- Unconscious Bias
- Effective Complaint Handling
- Building Sustainable Relationships
- Stakeholder Management
- Customer Focus
- Team Leader Workshops
- Frontline Leader Workshops
It’s a buzz to see us not only doing well and growing in our traditional product areas, long term specialisms like Inclusion and Diversity (where we continue to innovate with our Unconscious Bias workshops), but increasingly in our newer areas of expertise.
More and more we’ve been helping our clients with organisational development challenges like leadership & management development, employee engagement, building high performing teams, change management, and continual improvement.
On a personal note, I’m also delighted that we’ve continued to expand our work in the field of safeguarding. Whether for children or adults, it’s crucial work that I’m proud to be associated with. It’s exciting times. I’ll keep you posted on what comes next.
If you’d like to know more about how we change attitudes and behaviours in the workplace, please drop me a line.