Motivating and inspiring people to build a brighter future 

Kili Consulting can help you step back from the daily grind, give you the tools, the experience and an external perspective to enable you to confidently create a future that is fit for purpose and excites you and your teams.

 Every solution is tailored to each client as we know success is personal.

4 ways to get inspired and be successful

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Our clients are our best advocates

Gloucestershire Constabulary

I wanted to thank you for the work that you have done at Gloucestershire Constabulary reviewing our leadership programmes and helping to make them fit for purpose as we reshaped the organisations Operating Model and navigate through austerity measures.  Additionally, you facilitated a Senior Leader’s Planning Day to help build strong relationships between key decision makers in the organisation.  In all of our interactions with you we found you to be insightful, appropriately challenging and a joy to work with.  You delivered your work in a timely and easily digestible manor giving us a clear, relevant and pragmatic way forward.  It was just what we needed at the time – so thank you.

Rod Hansen - Deputy Chief Constable

Leadership Development

A truly insightful session held last week. Rich’s approach to coaching and facilitating is exactly as I would hope – he doesn’t push off the shelf or irrelevant information or insights down your throat. Rather he takes feedback from his audience about what they want the course to look like and then facilitates learning to ensure we’re not left wanting.

Interaction is key – Rich’s facilitation approach draws the group out and before you know it, you’re talking more with your peers, drawing from their knowledge and giving your opinion rather than just flat listening to a tutor at the front of the room give a talk. The tasks are relevant and fun and time flies by as a result.

 

Fraser Mackay
Premier Farnell

Global Development Programme

Richard worked with the Premier Farnell supply chain team over a one year development programme working with a cross functional global team. Richard delivered a series of workshops both in the UK and Belgium as well as coaching the various participants over the period of the programme.

 There are clearly many elements that are critical to ensure any development / change management programme are as success - However where I think Richard specifically (but far from limited to) excelled when working with Premier Farnell was his experience and genuine passion for his field.

 Experience

Whilst Richard’s experience is not necessarily unique – it’s how he is able to pass on his experience that really shines through. I truly felt that we were able to get the highlights and critical points from Richard’s vast experience rather than just a download of his knowledge and past. As a result every topic or area we explored I felt we were getting a headstart on the learning / field and not constantly starting at square one!

Many programmes in theory look great but often fall short due to being generic  – however with Richard’s experience working across so many organisations he is able to cut through so many abstract theories and models to truly relate them back to our organisation providing us with actuals tools to help the team develop and grow.

 Genuine passion

Richard’s passion and ability to build relationships again were critical to the success of the programme. From bringing a large group together, building one on one relationships, or helping each of the participants navigate challenges we face Richard’s passion was evident in each. From my perspective it was great how quickly Richard built up a relationship and so early on was able to be direct, honest and challenging of me to absolutely help me push and develop myself.

 I can confidently say the positive impact to my career will last far beyond the end of the programme!

Anthony Chou
Premier Farnell
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