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We help you create adaptable and engaging organisations

Leadership impacts on everyone and everything in organisations. So, it needs to be well understood and developed for organisations to survive and thrive. We partner with you to build a more resilient, adaptable organisation through in-depth insight and expert advice.

Individuals

Leadership assessment tools and coaching to bring out the best in your leaders and create their edge.

Teams

Leadership team development: understand the challenges of working together and build a complete team.

Organisations

Employee engagement surveys and expert advice enable you to create the conditions for your people and organisation to thrive.

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At Edgecumbe our team is our strength. Combining deep expertise, flawless project management and tremendous warmth, we ensure our clients love working with us year after year.

We partner with some of the world’s leading business schools, as well as a select network of highly skilled independent psychologists and consultants.

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Edgecumbe in the news

Job Crafting Provides The Framework For Organizations To Move Towards Flexible Working

Our consultant, Chloe Hodgkinson, has recently been featured in an article on Job Crafting for Forbes.
Check out “Job Crafting Provides The Framework For Organizations To Move Towards Flexible Working” for more practical advice on how to implement Job Crafting in your organisation.

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Why ‘Job Crafting’ is the Future for American Workers

Americans work more hours than their western peers, and now the US is seeing the highest rate of workers leaving their jobs in 18 years. Originally written for The Washington Post, our consultant, Chloe Hodgkinson and Professor Ben Laker discuss how Job Crafting could provide a solution to the wellbeing dilemma.

We’ve published the original article on our own blog as those reading outside of the US may not have access to The Washington Post page.

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America overwhelmingly accepts “job crafting” but rejects the four-day week

This article, which originally appeared on The Washington Post, has also been published on Business Reporter (distributed by The Daily Telegraph).

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