Future proofing your organisation through effective management of your people…

Future proofing your organisation through effective management of your people…

Come along to the First Friday Breakfast Networker  on 1st September 2017 at Barnsley Business & Innovation Centre, Innovation Way, Barnsley, S75 1JL  8.00 for 8.30am


Sara is an organisational development professional and executive coach. She supports businesses of all sizes and across all sectors to develop and grow.

With almost 20 years’ experience of working with senior teams, she has a successful track record of helping businesses plan strategically. She helps to position them for business growth by harnessing the potential of their people.

Sara’s background is skills and economic development, spending much of her early career in non-departmental public bodies, such as Yorkshire Forward and the Sector Skills Development Agency. Her work now focuses on direct organisational development support to businesses and executive teams. Her specialist areas include: strategic and business planning, executive coaching, bespoke management and leadership development programmes and transformational change programmes.

Resource planning is the identification of skills needed for the future, being mindful of the fact that periodically people retire, move on and skills needs change.

The strategic consideration of where and how the company’s future skills needs might be met and maintained is vital to long-term success.

Developing existing staff through training, mentoring and coaching may go a long way towards preparing for future events – expected or unexpected!

Actively pursuing succession planning ensures that employees are constantly developed to fill each needed role. As your organization expands, loses key employees, provides promotional job opportunities and increases sales, effective succession planning guarantees that you have employees on hand ready and waiting to fill the new roles.


Reserve your FREE seat at this event which is kindly sponsored by our friends at the FSB on the link below: