As an employer, what can you hope to realise for your employees if they take part in one of our Springboard Programmes?

Springboard Consultancy is the UK’s leading training and development consultancy that works with organisations and individuals to close the gap between men and women at work, achieving sustainable corporate performance and creating a society that is more equal.

By promoting equality through a suite of programmes, at work, Springboard Consultancy programmes tackle gender and diversity inclusion which is proven to create added value and achieve higher performance. It helps build the case for gender equality plans, tackle issues of the gender pay gap, diversity and inclusion which helps employers build pipelines of diverse talent. It encourages effective team building and builds resilience.Programmes can also be used as part of redundancy preparation or re-introducing talent into the workplace after a career break.

“Springboard is tried and tested in the police context, has an impact on women in the police and delivers results. It is a key component in achieving the Gender Agenda. I have no hesitation in recommending it throughout the police service.” Julie Spence, Former Chief Constable, Cambridgeshire Constabulary, UK

We have 28 years of heritage in delivering these highly successful global programmes across 45 countries globally.

We have worked with the BBC, BT, EY, Shell, BP, National Grid, Royal Mail, Metropolitan Police, HSBC, NHS, IBM, Home Office, British Council and Universities of Oxford and Cambridge amongst many others.

Find out what you & your workforce could benefit from on a Springboard Consultancy Programme:

Springboard – for women at all ages and stages of life

The programme is available to all employers who want their staff to fulfil their potential. It empowers staff, creates realistic self-assessments, generates new ideas, skills and relationships and is underpinned with the energy and passion they will need to achieve their goals.

Navigator – for men at all ages and stages of life

The programme consists of four one-day sessions over a three-month period and is available to all employers who want their staff to fulfil their potential. It will help employees to embrace and implement change, identify business benefits, help with collaboration and team working, accountability and taking the initiative, whilst making relevant decisions and taking appropriate risks. Most importantly Navigator develops sustainable owned change in the individual.

Fresh Steps – for returners to work & career changers

For employers, it helps deal with the trends in demographics, legislation and employment, and who want to access the untapped potential and intellectual capital in their staff.

Boost – for apprentices & those new to the working world

For employers, Boost enables staff to get to grips with their career goals and make the most of their potential. It provides clear, practical and realistic goals, boosts personal effectiveness, aids communications skills, assertiveness and personal effectiveness.

In short, it is about developing new staff, apprentices and trainees to ful ll their fullest potential.

Spring Forward – for those newly appointed to a management role

For employers, it reduces the time taken for people to settle into a management role, improves their work performance, gives newly promoted managers the skills and confidence in adapting to their new role and also supports those people considering a management role.

Sprint – for graduates, post-grads and researchers

Springboard Sprint adds value to the overall student experience for undergraduates, improves employability, and helps to ensure that each undergraduate has the best possible chance to develop their full potential.

“Spring Forward was part of a stepped approach to learning and development at Hammersmith and Fulham. It is a key learning and development building block that works and is well regarded by past participants and their managers. The organisation benefits from the package via improved efficiency, improved service delivery to a diverse group of clients and improving the potential of those attending the programme to meet the new work demands such as multi-agency working.”
Bridget Horgan, Former Head of Corporate Safety and Diversity, London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham