Michelle Johnson – PCW Consulting Group
Michelle is a neuro linguistic practitioner coach with a degree in psychosocial sciences, enabling her to help business leaders to truly speak their minds and open up about any business concerns.
With 15 years in organisational strategy and HR, Michelle has previously held senior roles at Morrisons, Laing O’Rourke, Kier Group and worked in professional services.
PCW Consulting takes a unique approach to business transformation, helping companies across Lincolnshire to improve performance, generate strategic growth and lead their people through times of change.
PCW’s team of trusted advisors create best tailor made strategies catered to individual business needs and goals, providing bespoke solutions to get businesses where they need to be.
Founder & CEO, Paul Waldeck, established PCW Consulting in 2011, using his extensive business knowledge to help businesses unlock their potential and grow. Paul has worked with organisations across professional services, retail, hospitality, logistics, aerospace, manufacturing, technology and more.
He periodically consults for some major accountancy firms and he sits on a number of national and international boards.
The PCW management team also includes head of organisational design & development, Michelle Johnson, executive advisory director, Richard Marchant, and executive advisory directors Mike Higgins and Mike Waplington.
PCW Consulting has recently supported the wider business community with insightful webinars and free business clinics, giving leaders the opportunity to gain advice and support when they need it the most.
PCW Consulting’s services include:
– Business strategy and planning
– Business transformation
– Crisis management
– Business distress, turnarounds and rescue
– Mergers and acquisitions
– Raising capital and investment
– HR issues
– Organisation and People
– Coronavirus support advice
– And many more.
For many businesses, the past year has been all about getting by and taking it one day at a time.
The COVID-19 crisis has resulted in almost daily change for most organisations, so the need to act swiftly and ‘firefight’ has been the priority in an attempt to stay afloat.
In this blog, Michelle explains why now is the time to be proactive, rather than reactive.
Click here to read the blog.
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