Our core focus is to help our clients develop future fit leaders across all levels of their organisations. Leadership Development Programmes are custom designed programmes of varying length and engagement, that allow us to develop a specific training or development series for a set of your staff. Custom education programmes are an effective way of developing the capabilities required to execute your strategy and implement your vision of the future.
Programmes involve a series of collective learning experiences, designed to shape what your people know, what they do and what they believe, and aimed at delivering significant return on the investment made. An experience targeted to groups or individuals who are key to your organisation’s performance can deliver excellent returns in areas of critical capability.
In partnership with you, we create programmes that deliver on your requirements, use engaging learning methods and experienced faculty that suit your objectives, your people, your learning culture and your budget.
We have developed and successfully implemented development programmes for a wide variety of clients, including: Waitrose, Old Mutual, The Scouts Movement, Credit Suisse, The Department of Transport, BMW, Barclays Africa, Spar, Sportron and the Department of Transport, among many others. We also work with a number of different business schools to develop larger and more demanding programmes for some of our clients. Different members of our team currently work with Duke CE, London Business School and The Gordon Institute of Business Science as external faculty and programme directors for numerous clients.
“Working with the TomorrowToday team is a refreshing experience. They are passionate about their subject and you feel that their main driver is to delight you. They make you think – and the fun was an added bonus. The team worked hard with us to design interactive workshops – adding value to our initial ideas, and delivering them with high energy and tailored content.”
Judy Ryder: Director of Business Change, Whitefriars Housing Association