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Talent Dynamics featured in the Financial Times!

Posted on September 7, 2011

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We have just been featured in the Financial Times! Click on the following link to view the article – Talent Dynamics and the trust dividend

 

Michelle’s path to Oz

Posted on April 30, 2011

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A Freckleton woman’s business development firm has launched an international division after huge success in Australia. Talent Dynamics, run by Michelle Clarke, has seen demand for its Pathway programme grow following a series of successful meetings on the continent.

Michelle, 38, said: “The reaction we got in Australia was amazing. We decided the best strategy for our own growth was to engage local performance consultants who better understand the local market and are best placed to grow the business down under. They will be licensed to use the Talent Dynamics Pathway, the most popular tool in our suite of products.” The fulwood-based company’s first professional visit to Australia, which took Michelle to Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Brisbane, saw her engage 12 staff.

At the current rate of growth, Michelle expects to have 50 Talent Dynamics consultants throughout the UK, Australia, Japan, the US and South Africa by the end of 2011. Kevin O’Loughlin, director of Altius Growth Strategies in Melbourne, is to become one of the first Talent Dynamics performance consultants in Australia. He said: “My training with the new company will add a new and powerful dimension to my work with leaders and teams.”

 

Sales are cash for charities

Posted on April 30, 2011

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A business development consultancy is changing lives all over the world. Michelle Clarke, head of Freckleton-based Talent Dynamics, has signed up with Buy One, Give One, to pledge that every time a client buys a product or service from her company, they will make a donation to one of its approved charities.

Before Christmas, 10 children in India received the gift of education for a month as a result of 10 coaches attending Talent Dynamics’ profile accreditation training. Mrs Clarke said: “The concept is simple. Every time a client buys one of our products or services we will give it to a good cause. We have always donated 10 per cent of our profit to charity but this has transformed the way we contribute and how we involve our clients.”

 

Charities profit from Fylde sales

Posted on April 30, 2011

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A BUSINESS development consultancy is changing lives all over the world after becoming the first firm in the North West to join social change organisation Buy 1 Give 1.

Michelle Clarke, head of Freckleton-based Talent Dynamics, has pledged that every time a client buys a product or service from her company, they will make a donation to one of the approved charities through the groundbreaking organisation.

Before Christmas, 10 children in India received the gift of education for a month as a result of 10 coaches attending Talent Dynamics’ profile accreditation training.

Mrs Clarke said: “The concept is simple. Every time a client buys one of our products or services we will give to a good cause.

“Our clients receive a written pledge and they can go to www.B1G1.com to see how their contributions make a difference.

“We have always donated 10 per cent of our profit to charity but didn’t think our clients needed to know about it.

“Discovering B1G1 has transformed the way we contribute and how we involve our clients. We want to embed the giving so it becomes an effortless habit.”

Buy 1 Give 1 is a global initiative founded in 2007 in Australia and helps businesses connect their products and services to more than 600 charities and good causes throughout the world.

Hundreds of businesses in scores of countries have signed up but Talent Dynamics is the first in the North West to adopt the scheme.