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Empowering Women to Achieve Their Full Potential: A Case Study with Samantha McLean, Women’s Development Trainer


In today's world, it is more important than ever for women to have access to the resources and support they need to reach their full potential. Samantha McLean, a licensed Springboard Women's Development trainer, is dedicated to empowering women and helping them achieve their goals. As a freelance trainer for Springboard Consultancy, Samantha has a wealth of experience in helping women overcome challenges and achieve success. Springboard Development Programme is designed to help women develop their skills, build confidence, and reach their personal and professional goals. In this case study, we will take a closer look at Samantha's work and learn [...]

Empowering Women to Achieve Their Full Potential: A Case Study with Samantha McLean, Women’s Development Trainer2023-11-24T15:48:36+00:00

Unlock Potential: The Power of Personal & Professional Development in Employee Investment


In today's competitive job market, organisations are constantly seeking ways to attract and retain top talent. It's not just about offering competitive salaries and benefits; it's also about investing in your employees' growth and development. This investment pays off in numerous ways, including improved job satisfaction, reduced staff turnover, increased productivity, and motivated employees. At Springboard Consultancy, we understand the importance of personal AND professional development, and we're excited to invite you to a special, free-of-charge, Discovery and Taster Event for our Springboard women’s development programme that can kickstart this transformative journey for you and your employees. Why Personal Development Matters [...]

Unlock Potential: The Power of Personal & Professional Development in Employee Investment2023-10-16T12:32:50+01:00

What a difference a day makes!


As we think about the enormity of what is happening to the world at the moment, it is easy to forget that the Easter Bank holiday is rapidly approaching for us here in the UK. This holiday usually results in a mass exodus as many of us have been planning, then preparing to pack and travel on short breaks maybe overseas or to the coast, the hills or meeting friends and family. For others it will be a time for prayer and reflection, whilst for the younger generation it is generally Easter egg hunts, egg painting and a massive overdose [...]

What a difference a day makes!2021-06-24T16:39:59+01:00

Improvise, adapt and overcome!


We are day by day facing more challenges to our working and social norms. So as individuals we are going to need to as the military always say ‘improvise, adapt and overcome!’ We know that we are living in extraordinary times because of Covid-19. This is a global problem and what is shows more than anything is that irrespective of where we come from, what our beliefs are we are all human and suffer the same frailties. Everyone around the world are having to consider many things, our routines are upset, and uncertainty prevails thinking about our health, how are [...]

Improvise, adapt and overcome!2021-06-24T16:40:35+01:00

Coronavirus – challenging working norms?


The Coronavirus is challenging working norms and will become an unlikely ally of improving inclusive practices, as it is beginning to get employers to deploy homeworking! This will work as a field trial and if successful could potentially change the way the world thinks of work. Although many employers are naturally nervous about productivity, security and isolation of staff if it were to introduce homeworking, many of those who have done it will testify that by offering extra flexibility, staff feel trusted and being able to work where they feel most comfortable, which as a result boosts productivity. It can also [...]

Coronavirus – challenging working norms?2021-06-24T16:40:24+01:00



It has been well documented over the last 12 months, that the construction industry takes great care in protecting staff from visible risks, however the increased presence of hidden risks needs to be addressed - mental health and wellness. The need to address employee’s mental health, wellbeing and development should be a priority for organisations.  The same attitudes and protocols towards physical health and safety, should be replicated to safeguard mental health. Shocking new statistics show that: - Suicide is the biggest killer of men under the age of 45. However, male site workers are three times more likely to [...]

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