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Courses & Workshops

Hollin courses and workshops comprise classroom sessions, interactive remote study and online/telephone coaching for each delegate.  Many of our courses are bespoke for your organisation and then tailored around the delegates, so a leadership course for the executive board is distinct from one for supervisors. Joanne Benjamin at Workshop

Hollin Workshops offer an intensive learning experience in a classroom environment. Each workshop includes case studies and interactive exercises.  Telephone coaching is provided after the workshop to encourage ongoing learning from the delegates.  Learn more about upcoming workshops here.

Hollin Open Courses are available to any individual to attend. To maximise learning, all our courses involves multiple sessions spread over a period of weeks. This allows for coursework and reading to be completed between the sessions. Am optional follow-up coaching session is included in all our courses.  Learn more about our upcoming open courses here.

Hollin Courses are designed in collaboration with our clients, with case studies and learning topics tailored for the client organisation. The structure is selected to maximise the delegates’ ability to absorb information and use what they have been taught long after the course has finished.  Up to eight classroom modules take place over two weeks:  Research shows that people who refresh their knowledge regularly retain it for longer.  Between classroom sessions, delegates read course booklets, complete online case studies and practise the basic skills of observing behaviours and gathering data.  For the duration of the course, coaching is provided for each delegate from a dedicated tutor.

Every Hollin course graduate completes a Behavioural Improvement Plan (BIP).  Each BIP generates an improvement for the delegate's organisation, be it in efficiency, cash savings, safety or customer satisfaction.  Click here to see some BIP results from our courses.

One course graduate saved his organisation £200k by changing their management of fleet vehicles.  He went on to save a further £400k using the problem-solving tools he had learned, saving the organisation some £600k over two years, and every subsequent year.

Sustainable Change

For anything new to be sustainable, it must fit a company’s culture and local environments, so we design each course specifically for the organisation.  It is also vital that senior management understand and support the BMT approach, so we recommend that early modules are rolled out to senior managers.  Engaging the senior team ensures that sustainability throughout the whole organisation is achieved more quickly and easily.

BMT is not a quick fix, or an off-the-shelf system, and it cannot be implemented overnight.  It requires people at all levels of an organisation to change their day-to-day behaviours in order to get the best performance from those around them.  It seems simple to do, but it is not easy. 

To enquire about our courses, please contact Nicola Griffiths on 44 (0) 7788 252410 or email nicola@hollinconsulting.co.uk

"I really enjoyed the course, the varied background of the attendees made the course far more interesting than if everyone came from the same sector and were are at the same level." - Philip Rose, Mace