With NHS reforms requiring budget savings of £20bn by 2015, and the market becoming increasingly price sensitive, it may come as a surprise to hear that it isn’t the companies with the lowest unit cost that are being most successful. The development of a value proposition and health economic arguments has, for some time,
Follow us on Twitter @RMGRecruit #RMGWinningMind RMG held its first client event last month with guest speaker, sports psychologist, Lee Crombleholme, which was a great success. Many of our clients have been pleasantly surprised to learn that RMG has been working with Lee for a number of years now. With over 14 years’ experience
What is coaching? Despite budgets being tightened, considerable sums of money these days are still invested in coaching as organisations develop their employees. The main reasons cited for using coaching is to generate improvements in performance and employee engagement. The traditional view of coaching is of a ‘softly softly’ approach, a hand-holding exercise to offer
Blog written by Anita Caldwell It’s good to see the programme by the Open University “Women at the Top” currently on the BBC, examining why there is a lack of women in senior level management and within UK boardrooms. Presented by the high profile business “dragon” Hilary Devey, the subject is given some much needed
We were successful in our search for Chief Executive for Sagentia. As part of our advertising process the advert below was featured in the Sunday Times.