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Crelos consult in organisational development and change. Our consultants use the best proven and scientific research regarding how and why people react and behave as they do to design bespoke solutions that effect change.

These news items show how we work in partnership with clients to understand their strategic business agendas and develop solutions that achieve improved business performance. 

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How should leaders of accountancy firms do things differently to be successful?

August 2012 - Accountancy Age

Crelos consultant Elizabeth Ferguson, along with senior leaders within the professional services, considers the important question of how leaders should be doing things differently to ensure their firm’s success following changes to the economic and regulatory environment.

How creating a project management academy has tackled an industry-wide problem

June 2010 - People Management Magazine

Jeremy Galpin, Group skills and development manager at Costain, explains how creating a project management academy has tackled an industry-wide problem.

Time to brush up boardroom behaviour

May 2010 - Utility Weekly

"After the recent financial meltdown, higher standards are expected of senior corporate managers. This applies to the Utilities as well", says Elizabeth Henshilwood.

New construction industry survey reveals construction managers rate themselves poorly on leadership skills

March 2010 - Construction Manager

Crelos partnered with the Chartered Intitute of Building to research how managers in the industry rate their skills and how they have been affected by the recession. Results show a deficit in leadership skills. So is it time to look outside the industry for ideas and inspiration?

Board evaluation is entering a new era

February 2010 - The FT's Non-Executive Director

Ali Gill, co-founder and CEO of Crelos, is committed to applying the learnings from psychology and to original thinking about the role of behaviour and group dynamics in Board performance. She has been involved in executive and non-executive assessment and development including board evaluations for many years and feels that the time has come to view board evaluations differently.

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Libby Ferguson, Associate

'It's easy to define exceptional performance in competitive sports. Numbers help: time taken; position you finished; goals you scored. It's much more difficult in organisations. We constantly draw on sports experience to illuminate business problems so we use numbers to help understand what ' good', 'better' and 'best' are, then deliver programmes that make them real.'

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