We believe... ….in building value and business impact through people and their development.
We have a vision... ….to enable people development through relevant, practical resources that have a measurable impact on performance.
We are on a mission... ….to empower the development of people and business performance through : * Innovative face-to-face coaching, training and consultancy * Ground-breaking technology empowering performance.
We put practical resources for people development in the hands of individuals, teams and business leaders enabling them to navigate new challenges in complex and uncertain times.
Driven by our vision, we enable people to identify and respond with agility and resilience to new opportunities that create business advantage.
Everything we do is focused on five commitments that connect individuals and teams through engaging development resources that are accessible anytime and anywhere in order to promote continuous development evidencing return on investment in people. For more information about our Five Commitments and what they offer, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you can’t explain something to a six year old, you don’t understand it yourself.
- Albert Einstein
Our founder, Michael Croft established Innovation People in 2008 to live out its vision and its mission to connect people to performance drawing on personal experience stretching back to 1984. Throughout his career Michael has consistently led local, national and international initiatives, whether evaluation programmes for national training agencies, research, or the realising of the potential of people in organisations through starting and developing businesses from scratch or designing and implementing talent development programmes.
Working with a wide range of businesses, our commitment has been realised in simple, practical integrated solutions developing people and performance.
The SPICE Framework identifies needs and measures the impact of solutions whether these be amongst individuals, teams or whole businesses.
SPICE Framework is a single integrated solution supporting the whole of a talent pipeline addressing the challenges of people and organisational development.
Built on unique graphics, the SPICE Framework is applied intuitively through on demand that may be blended with face-to-face support.
The SPICE Framework connects the identification of needs to the generation of solutions in a single, accessible and integrated service.
The SPICE Framework is the creation of Innovation People Ltd providing tools for effective and efficient decision-making and performance management.
For more information about the SPICE Framework use the contact points detailed below:
t: +44 (0) 1977 611251
Company Registration Number: 6604200
Registered office is now: 33 George St, Wakefield. WF1 1LX
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