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Client Testimonials

Client Testimonials

Hearing that our delegates have achieved their career goals or achieved their promotion is a fantastic and truly fulfilling part of what we do.

Hearing what their employers think and the tangible difference they have seen in their employees is even better!

Read what our clients are saying about us when the workbooks close and we reach the end of our programme slides:


Peter Brett

“We want to build a diverse organisation that helps everyone to fulfil their potential. The EMPOWER Programme and Unconscious Bias training are enabling us to help empower our female employees at all levels to have a voice in shaping the culture and future of PBA for the long term, making us an even better place to work.”

Paul Reilly, Managing Partner

Peter Brett

Siemens

“The colleagues in the team that attended the training have given amazing feedback on how they have changed the way they interact with each other… It has been extremely worthwhile. We are seeing greater engagement and happier teams because of this training.”

Sarah Black-Smith, Head of Factory Operations

Siemens

The Faraday Institution

“It’s a pleasure working with Skills 4 in the quest to embed ED&I best practice and allyship in our organisation. The team and programmes are outstanding and producing excellent results. I can highly recommend working with Jayne and the Skills 4 team and look forward to continued collaborations.”

Fran Long, Head of Training and Talent Development

The Faraday Institution

Atkins

“The Skills 4 programme is an integral part of our commitment to developing a truly inclusive workplace. Its success over the last 10 years has meant that women in our organisation feel more empowered than ever to put themselves forward for stretch opportunities and promotions – a huge step forward for us and our sector.”

Victoria Jones, Global Vice-President

Atkins

Mott Macdonald

“We wanted to give everyone the chance to raise their aspirations. We have really seen an impact with women putting themselves forward for tasks they might previously not have undertaken. They are more proactive, volunteering to do presentations, putting themselves forward for awards – managers are seeing a real difference in the quality of the women’s contributions and the content of their CVs.”

Celia Morris, Training and Development Manager

Mott Mcdonald

Atkins

“The Women’s Development Programme plays a key part in our drive towards becoming a more diverse and inclusive place to work. The WDP has had a significant impact on our workforce diversity figures with retention rates and women in mid-senior levels roles increasing year on year. Over two thirds of the women have gained promotion within a year of the training. The WDP helps those who attend to be even more effective, whilst remaining authentic to themselves and building on the skills they already have.”

David Jenkins, Director, Transportation

Atkins

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