Feldman and Associates have vast experience in the process of strategy formation. Working across most industry sectors and organisations they bring a wealth of understanding and real world knowledge to any strategic need. This includes strategic audits, business canvasses, crafting strategic thinking processes, or facilitating strategic dialogues. Our approach is to create settings whereby the best strategic thinking is brought to bear on current needs and future priorities that will ensure the sustainability and growth potential of any organisation or its individual parts.
Feldman and Associates have been involved in numerous consulting assignments ranging from culture building, restructuring, human resource and development processes and practices, equity and diversity programs, to business assignments specifically around enhancing growth and outcomes of core business and frontline service performance.
Feldman and Associates offer a specialist service of Executive Coaching and Leadership Coaching with emerging and existing leaders. Our coaching experience crosses the boundaries of all sectors from corporate, not-for-profit, and government. Anyone wishing to improve their executive leadership, operational performance and acumen toward sustainability and growth have come to rely on our ability to deliver solutions resulting in real and lasting business impact.
Feldman and Associates are renowned instructional designers who specialize in tailoring programs to meet organizational needs. Our work has won us awards and continued recognition from clients across most industry sectors.
Feldman and Associates uses its strength in strategic organisation consulting to develop tailored communication frameworks, systems and process that meet the needs of client organisations. Our approach to communication and public relations is embedded in core professional practices, unique tools and modelling (for example relationship mapping and reputation auditing) and a commitment to obtaining a deep understanding of the core of an organisation including it culture, its imperatives strategically and its needs to communicate with diverse stakeholder and strategic relationships and publics (both external and at times the internal).
This annual conference was held at The Ambassadors Hotel in Upper Woburn Place London WC1. The title and theme was A Celebration of Servant-Leadership. Our presenters come from a wide range of backgrounds and experience. In addition we will be looking at examples of the application of servant-leadership principles in different organisations.