Our customers

Action learning works equally well across a whole spectrum of organisations. From educational establishments to charities, multi national coporations to SMEs, local councils to the NHS, not for profit organisations to social and arts programmes and beyond. Our customers span the entire range and our work is effective at executive level and can cascade through to the grassroots of a company.

We are increasingly working with international corporations, delivering action learning both face to face and through our virtual action learning offering. This allows us to bring senior personnel from multi national organisations together without the need for travel; saving time and costs.

We welcome enquiries from abroad, and would be happy to demonstrate how action learning can help across geographical and cultural divides to bring unity and collaboration in spite of differences and distances.

Our customers include:

    • 38 Degrees
    • A2 Dominion Group
    • ActionAid
    • Action for Children
    • AF Blakemore & Sons Ltd
    • African Prisons Project
    • Alzheimer’s Society
    • Amnesty international (UK)
    • Animal Health
    • Arts Council England
    • Asthma UK
    • Azzur
    • BasicNeeds
    • BBC World Service Trust
    • The Body Shop
    • Brighton & Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust
    • British Council
    • British Council Australia
    • British Red Cross
    • Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
    • Camden Clinical Commissioning Group
    • Cancer Research UK
    • Care International UK
    • Channel 4
    • Chartered Insurance Institute
    • Citizens Advice
    • Clore Leadership Programme
    • Clore Social Leadership Programme
    • Commonwealth Bank of Australia
    • Cornwall County Council
    • Creative Partnerships
    • Creative Scotland
    • Cultural Co-operation
    • Cultural Leadership Programme
    • Defra
    • Devon County Council
    • Dong Energy
    • Dorset Constabulary
    • East Midlands Leadership Academy
    • Eastern Enterprise Hub
    • Emirates Centre for Organisational Learning
    • Ernst & Young
    • Essex County Council
    • European Cultural Foundation
    • Financial Conduct Authority
    • GLA
    • Great Ormond St Hospital for Children
    • Guys & St Thomas’ Charitable Foundation
    • Hammersmith Hospitals NHS Trust
    • Heineken International
    • Heritage Lottery Fund
    • Home Office
    • Improvement & Development Agency
    • Lancashire Fire & Rescue Service
    • Lankelly Chase Foundation
    • Lloyds Bank Foundation
    • Local Government Association
    • London and Quadrant Housing Trust
    • London Borough of Bromley
    • London Borough of Enfield
    • London Borough of Hackney
    • London Leadership Academy
    • London Pensions Fund Authority
    • London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
    • London School of Economics
    • L’Oréal
    • Metropolitan Police
    • Mind
    • A New Direction
    • New Economics Foundation
    • NEON (New Economics Organisers Network)
    • NHS Leadership Programme for Executives
    • NSPCC
    • OPEN (network of campaigning organisations_
    • Overseas Development Institute
    • Oxfam
    • Oxford University Press
    • Paul Hamlyn Foundation
    • Pears Foundation
    • Ramblers
    • Rethink
    • Real Ideas Organisation
    • The Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority
    • Royal National Institute of Blind People
    • Rural Payments Agency
    • Sainsbury’s
    • Sandvik Coromant UK
    • Self Leadership International, Singapore
    • Scope
    • Sheffield City Council
    • South London and Maudsley NHS FT
    • St Mungo’s
    • States of Jersey
    • Thames Reach
    • The Audience Agency
    • The Health Foundation
    • The London Housing Foundation
    • The National Trust
    • The Refugee Council
    • University of Edinburgh
    • University of Glasgow
    • University of Strathclyde
    • UN-Habitat
    • Voluntary Arts Wales
    • VSO International
    • World Trade Organisation
    • Yorkshire Building Society
    • Yorkshire Housing
    • YSC Business Psychologists

     

We use action learning throughout a number of our programmes including creating a learning community for talent, for our management development offer and as supervision support for mentors... Action learning really is the glue that helps to hold the whole piece together. We find action learning the most effective way to enable behaviour change in the work place.

International Learning and Talent Director