After doubling turnover in 2020, boutique management consultancy thevaluecircle has added three consultants to its nationwide team of associates.
David Cockayne, managing partner at thevaluecircle, said: “It’s been an exciting year and it’s brilliant to end it by adding this incredible talent to our pool of senior expertise”.
“I’ve worked with all three of the new associates previously and am excited to see them bring their professionalism, expertise and insight to deliver first-class work for our clients.
“We’re looking ahead to another year of exceptional growth in 2021, continuing to work with leading organisations across the sectors we serve”
Lorraine Flower’s expertise will deepen thevaluecircle’s existing leadership offer. Her skills are in creating enduring positive change and transforming people’s performance. Running her own consultancy, azzur, means that thevaluecircle now not only has access to Lorraine’s significant skills, but also to the capacity, tools and resources of azzur to support our clients.
Having held senior leadership roles at British Airways and Great North Eastern Railway, among others, Lorraine is perfectly placed to support thevaluecircle’s clients with organisational and leadership development.
Wendy Saviour also joins the associate team, bringing her significant experience as chief executive and managing director of a range of NHS organisations across the Midlands and the north of England.
Before starting work as an independent consultant, Wendy was Managing Director for the Nottinghamshire Integrated Care System which was one of the first accelerator sites in the country. Alongside this Wendy was also responsible for the NHS England (NHSE) regulatory function for Nottinghamshire.
Louise Turner is to expand her role providing marketing and communications advice for thevaluecircle and will now also lead the consultancy’s strategic communications work for clients. With 20 years’ experience in communications roles at PLCs and for government agencies, Louise is well-placed to advise on communications challenges, particularly in relation to transformation.
The three new associates bring the total team members to 25, supporting partners David Cockayne and Tom Mytton. The team also includes new additions with senior project management support, with business analyst and executive support from January to build internal capability.