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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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The tests that say you will explode

November 2009 - The Times

Ali Gill explains how psychometrics are the starting points to an assessment for interview or performance review. To get the full pictures, oher tools need taking into account, such behavioural interviews, 360 degree feedback, testimonials and interviews with colleagues and former colleagues.

The acid test - Is business psychology the secret to telling the champions from the chumps?

October 2009 - Accountancy magazine

Scientific due diligence of management teams is key to investors' decision making when it comes to putting executive teams together. This article highlights how critical assessments can be to get a non-bias picture of what each individual is capable of, and how support is essential for executives to realise their full potential.

The appliance of science

August 2009 - Real Deals Europe

Sir David Walker released his much awaited report looking at the issues that have troubled the beleaguered sector. The report makes various recommendations about what measures should be put in place to prevent a future repeat of the banks' brush with institutional failure. Ali Gill, CEO of Crelos, explains why she believes the report doesn't go far enough and why a complete overhaul of the way management and boards are appointed and evaluated is required.

Management fundamentals: How to motivate

August 2009 - Edge Online

Motivation is arguably one of a manager’s most powerful tools since it can self-propel your charges to increased productivity and efficiency, make them better at innovating, not to mention happier and more fulfilled. As Alison Gill, managing director of talent management consultancy Crelos, points out, tapping into what motivates people equals ‘free fuel’ as far as organisational productivity and employee satisfaction is concerned.

Maximising Board performance

August 2009 - The Non-Executive Director

Whilst it is the responsibility of the Board to choose non-executive directors with the right mix of skills and abilities, research shows that they are often appointed because of who they know rather than by an objective assessment of capability and fit. Non-executives who are committed to being the best should consider an objective review of their own skills and capabilities annually. This article was first published in the August 2009 newsletter on The Non-Executive Director website The Non-Executive Director is a Financial Times business.

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Steve Bicknell, Co-founder and Head Honcho

'There are many ways to change businesses, from reorganising, buying a new CRM to starting new product lines. These are required, not sufficient, causes of successful change. The key issue is people. Will they alter attitudes and behaviour to drive the change through? This is one of the most challenging and enjoyable issues we work on.'

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