Our experienced practitioners and subject matter experts specialise in supporting global management consulting and professional services firms who want to inspire, provoke and embed behavioural change amongst their people.
Our fundamental objective is to create a culture within our clients’ organisations that leads to increased performance, improved advisor relationships, allows them to attract and retain the finest talent and empowers them to undertake world class engagements with their own clients.
Our curriculum has three central pillars:
Our approach combines experiential learning and best practice with the most recent psychological and consultancy research. This is not simply ‘classroom theory’ and we do not ‘lecture’. Our programmes are instead highly practical and rooted in real world situations. This ensures that delegates can sustain behaviour well beyond the learning ‘event’.
Every client and programme is unique. Each training objective is designed to meet the specific ambitions, objectives and needs of each client. Case studies and role-plays are regularly adapted to particular situations that the client might be facing at that very moment.
We deliver training programmes all over the globe and our clients include the largest organisations from the following sectors:
Whether our involvement is to produce immediate results or to develop longer term professional capabilities, our focus is always on:
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These ‘Points of View' articles give our perspective on the latest psychological and consultancy research, principal themes, topics and trends prevailing in the professional services industry at this time.
Our aim is to give a point of view that provokes further thought and discussion and ultimately leads to mind-set and behaviour change amongst those working within the professional services industry:
Recent articles include:
How data could be the saviour of English cricket
What you can learn from the winning firms of the Managing Partners Forum Awards 2015
Moments of Truth and Chance Encounters
What you can learn for your own business development behaviour
Why do we resist change and what are the implications on your business behaviour?
Exploring three critical areas of leadership behaviour that successful Partners exhibit
We also have an ‘Industry Observations’ page on our website where we put a handpicked selection of the latest research, surveys and articles from consultants, academics and professional services firms around the web and a summary of our thoughts - http://psfps.com/industry-observations/
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