Tried & Trusted Training Solutions
Hadley Park Training is a company dedicated to providing training and coaching for companies for a wide range of purposes, from people management and team building to assertiveness and time and stress management.
More specifically, we specialise in people skills - developing that vital 'emotional intelligence' which is so often lacking in traditional training. Technical expertise is not enough. Everyone has to interact with others at some point in their working lives - and this is often where problems arise.
Many people are unaware of their own behaviour and its effects on those around them. They may be overly aggressive and authoritarian; or perhaps too lenient in the hope of avoiding conflict. Neither approach gets the best out of people, resulting in a lack of motivation and inefficient business. This is where Hadley Park Training Services can help.
Working closely with your business, we can help you to manage others effectively, manage communications and manage yourself. All training is tailored to your company's requirements; there is no one-solution-fits-all approach. We understand that you need to meet specific business goals, which is why we aim to deliver tangible results that can truly benefit your business.
Just A Few Of Our Clients Past & Present...
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Maggie delivered coaching, management development and Myers Briggs type indicator assessing at my former place of employment. I was so impressed by the quality of her work and delivery – and the benefits I have reaped from her direct coaching.”
Maria Emerson-Smith, Depaul UK
The training was delivered very professionally, and at a pace that suited our company requirements. No overload of information and plenty of interaction. The team were very enthusiastic about attending and felt very engaged.”
Jeanette Wake, Cofresco
I have found Maggie to be an exceptional trainer and coach who can bring value to individuals and businesses by recognising behavioural habits, and coaching people to understand how this can affect their performance.”
Bruce Davies MD, Hager UK