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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.

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Arrogance will trip you up

April 2008 - Times Career

Do well enough in the day job and there is every chance that you'll be promoted to a managerial position - and have a whole new set of hazards to avoid. Carly Chynoweth, writer for The Times, speaks with Getfeedback's Piers Hollier about what not to do in your first management job.

The more things change

April 2008 - Talent and Coaching Today

Change Management is near the top of many training agendas. Why so, and how should it be addressed? Dan Redland, a Change Consultant here at Getfeedback, speaks to Training and Coaching Today magazine about how to get the most out of a change programme.

Bring out the best in your company's top assets

April 2008 - The Sunday Times

From coaching to mentoring to external courses, there are many ways to nurture and challenge your rising stars. Margaret Coles speaks to Getfeedback's Ali Gill about getting the best out of your talent.

Talent at the table

March 2008 - Personnel Today

Talent Management is now a well-established function in HR, but what does the future hold? Personnel Today Magazine asked Getfeedback's own Ali Gill and eight other HR specialists to share their wisdom.

The Crelos 3T Report

February 2008 - Crelos

We believe that good talent management is about achieving change through people. This means helping people grow and understand not just what they can achieve but what they want to achieve. Our experience to date has convinced us of the enormous potential to use talent management skills to ratchet up performance and ultimately transform businesses.

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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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