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Case Studies

Aston Villa Football Club

Key Data Focus: Development of relationships and team building Aston Villa First team squad Objectives: to identify and develop key team development behaviours and to transfer these to the pitch Delegate Number: 35 Venue: Our Development Centre Brecon Beacons The Client The squad from Premier League Football Club Aston Villa The Objective/Brief The management team asked for a… Read more »


Talis – People Programme

Key Data Client – Talis Focus – Engagement Programme Objectives – A training and OD programme which was innovative, creative and stimulating. Seeking a more engaged workforce being managed effectively with timely communications, resulting in high achieving teams and productivity. Delegate Number – 170 Venue – Our training centre and The Vale Resort Call of the… Read more »


NPT College Group – Raising Commercial Awareness

Commercial Awareness

Key Data Client: NPTC Group Focus: Raising Commercial Awareness Objectives: Cultural and operational shift towards improved commercial awareness Delegate Number: 12 Venue: Mid Wales Background The Building Engineering Service School at the College are always looking at ways to increase the breadth of its customer base. This means  adopting a more customer focused and responsive… Read more »


Coastal Housing

Managing safely

Key Data Client: Coastal Housing Focus: IOSH managing safely Objectives: Improve their risk management system within the maintenance and repairs team Delegate Number: 40 Venue: South Wales Background A client who Call of the Wild have worked with extensively on a number of different business areas Objectives The organisation took a proactive approach to further… Read more »


Magor Designs

Magor designs

Key Data Client: Magor Designs Focus: IOSH Managing Safely – Bespoke Objectives: To provide first line managers with the necessary knowledge skills and behaviours to manage health and safety. Delegate Number: 6 Venue: South Wales Background A client who Call of the Wild has worked with on a number of different management focused programmes. Objectives… Read more »


Four Reel Media

performance appraisals

The Client The client is Mike Johnson from Four Reel Media in London. They have been providing music production, video production and graphic design services since 2009. The Issues The Directors were seeking business support with a view to growing the business. This involved a business diagnostic and a training needs analysis for their staff.… Read more »


Swansea University MBA

Key Data Focus – Effective leadership behaviours Objectives – To identify and develop the leadership capability of a cohort of senior managers Delegate Number – 15-20 per group Venue – Our Development Centre Brecon Beacons Date – October 2008 to present Background Call of the Wild’s relationship with Swansea University Business School has always been… Read more »


Remington

Key Data Focus – Team event to support a new product launch Objectives – Call of the Wild were given the challenge to create an event that brought the launch team from Remington together in an environment that would inspire,challenge and allow them to celebrate the launch of a major new hair care product into… Read more »


Alstom

The Client Alstom is a global leader in equipment and services for power generation and rail transport. The Group is present in more than 70 countries worldwide and employs around 76 000 people. The Issues Call of the Wild, after a number of meetings with the clients HR consultant, identified the problem as being a… Read more »


Global Utilities & Engineering ILM Level 5 Programme

Training Courses

Key Data Client – Global Utilities and Engineering Company Focus – Institute of Leadership and Management Level 5 Award in Leadership and Management Skills Objectives – Enable delegates to recognise, practice and transfer leadership behaviours to the workplace and focus on outcomes and impact in the workplace Delegate Number – 70+ Background Call of the… Read more »


Sytner BMW – Developing Teams

A Proven Return on Investment For Management Development Courses Introduction There has been and ongoing debate as to whether it is possible to measure the quantitative effect of management development courses. The existing evidence is somewhat contradictory and therefore Call of the Wild, as with all our courses, sought to find out if such a… Read more »


Sandvik – IOSH Managing Safely

Key Data Client – Sandvik Osprey Focus – IOSH managing safely Objectives – To provide first line managers with the necessary knowledge and skills to manage health and safety on the shop floor by applying company procedures. Delegate Number – 12 Venue – South Wales Background A client who Call of the Wild have worked… Read more »


NPT Homes – Health and Safety for Senior Executives

Housing Association

Key Data Client – NPT Homes Focus – H&S For Senior Executives Objectives – To provide executive and non executive board members awareness of their legal health and safety responsibilities Delegate Number – 12 Venue – South Wales Background A client who Call of the Wild have worked with extensively on a number of different… Read more »


Call of the Wild for Puffin Produce

Key Data Client – Puffin Produce Ltd Focus – Work with the company’s Senior Leadership Team to identify and create a vision and a supporting set of values and behaviours across Puffin Produce that will underpin the future success, growth and culture of Puffin Objectives – The project had three distinct parts to it   1)… Read more »


Babcock International ILM Level 5 Programme

Key Data Client: Babcock International Focus: Institute of Leadership and Management Level 5 Award in Leadership and Management Skills Objectives: Enable delegates to recognise, practice and transfer leadership behaviours to the workplace and focus on outcomes and impact in the workplace Delegate Number: 70+ Background Call of the Wild were invited to design and deliver… Read more »


ICAEW – World Class Accountancy Body

Key Data Client: Institute of Chartered Accountants for England and Wales Focus: Leadership Development Objectives: Enable delegates to recognise, practice and transfer leadership behaviours Delegate Number: 200+ Venue: Brecons Beacons, Lake District, Peak District,Central London & Tanzania Background Call of the Wild were invited to tender for a leadership development programme by the client. Having… Read more »


Panasonic – Creating Future Leaders

Key Data Client – Panasonic Focus – Developing Staff with Potential to become Future Management Objectives – Place people in a pressured unfamiliar environment whilst learning and applying principles of team dynamics and leadership Delegate Number – 30 Venue – Call of the Wild Training centre and venues in close proximity Call of the Wild… Read more »


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Team Working

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Barclays Bank Finance Academy Graduate Programme

Transformational Leadership Skills

Key Data Focus: Development of leadership skills for finance academy graduates Objectives: to identify and develop key leadership behaviours and to transfer these to the workplace Delegate Number: 15-20 per group Venue: Our Development Centre Brecon Beacons | Barclays Head Office, Canary Wharf Background As a direct result of the success of other development inputs… Read more »


John Lewis Senior Management Team Case Study

On September 24th 2009, John Lewis opened its second largest Shop outside Oxford Street London. As an organisation with its roots in South Wales, it was a real privilege for Call of the Wild to be asked to work with the Cardiff MD Liz Mihell and Training Manager Will Read to design and deliver an… Read more »


Case Study 1

Team Building Event with Call of the Wild

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