Managing change effectively requires a serious investment
Our experience in this area offers a pragmatic, professional approach that saves you time and money
Leadership isn't simply about good management
We can help you to unravel the knotty issues associated with leading and managing people
Leading discussion, initiating stimulating debate
Our expertise can bring thought provoking input to conferences and interactive master classes
JPA’s consultancy services are based on our experience and understanding of people, their development and their relationships in business, particularly during periods of significant change.
Our approach is based on the philosophy that effective human performance in business (including effective leadership) is achieved by a holistic approach to learning which combines knowledge, experience and skills. The opportunities for working on all three together are so often missed, each one being treated in isolation.
At JPA we look at integrated growth: using skills and experience, for example, to develop knowledge in a specific area. Our philosophy is to develop a more strategic approach to organisational development, focusing on initiatives that draw together and utilise all the components of the person, situation and company in order to really make a difference.
We believe it has proven not only to be a more effective, accelerated approach to staff development but also one that has greater equity for the long term.
Jeanette has over 20 years experience in management and was Chief Executive of AMBA for 7 years. She has worked in both the commercial and public sectors. Having completed her MBA (with distinction) at the Cass Business School, Jeanette was asked to join the school's academic team as a Visiting Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour...[read more]
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