Call of the Wild , a multi-award winning management and leadership development company, have appointed four new staff to meet their ambitious expansion plans in 2017/2018.
The Company have projected growth over the next 18 months which required the appointment of a number of new staff. The Company have sought to set themselves apart from others by offering different delivery methods for their leadership , management and team development programmes.
They see growth coming from their new fully funded leadership and management courses which have been recently rolled out.
Sue Snowball, with an extensive background in industry and learning and development within academia, has been appointed as the Learning and Development Manager. Her role is to develop programmes in consultation with clients to ensure objectives are met. Sue’s expertise lies in measuring the impact of training in the workplace. Phillip Lloyd, a former National Operations Manager for an online training company comes with experience of commercial training and will lead on customer relationship management. Marc Phillips, previously training manager at a global engineering company, joins as senior trainer. Finally Francesca Burrows has joined as a training executive delivering first aid and leadership qualifications.
Sue said what appealed to her was
“the different way in which courses are delivered to ensure learning is transferred to the workplace. This approach is refreshing and something I can see real value in for clients.”
“I joined Call of the Wild because I could relate to their vision and values. I was also energised by their ambitious growth plans and wanted to be a part of what will be an exciting period in the Company’s development .”
Managing Director Geraint Lewis said
“ We spend a significant amount of time when recruiting looking for individuals who fit our company culture. We’re lucky to have appointed four outstanding individuals who will make a valuable contribution to achieving our growth plans over the next 18 months with our new fully funded leadership courses. For instance, Marc, in his career, started as an apprentice toolmaker and developed to a full training manager with responsibility for executive-level leadership with full training accountability for improving employee performance. An authentic individual bringing real world experience to our programmes for our clients to benefit from.”