• People and culture change management – senior lead for L&D specialist

    Change Management
    Position Type
    Permanent (UK)
  • Overview

    Are you a learning and development specialist wanting to work on people, culture and behaviour change projects that genuinely make a difference? Do you have the ambition to build your own unique business offering with the support of progressive and forward thinking individuals in a collaborative team environment? Then read on…


    Daggerwing is an innovative and creative people and behaviour change management consultancy. We work across multiple clients across multiple sectors both in the UK and worldwide. Our projects can touch on employee engagement, culture change and internal communications, employer branding and organisational design as well as anything in-between. We pride ourselves on creating bespoke, creative solutions for our clients that make an impact and underpin a clear business need and objective.


    We are bolstering our senior leadership team with a true change and L&D expert. We are looking for someone who can build a specialist business offering whilst designing and ensuring the execution of learning, training and coaching initiatives for clients to enable them to embed the behaviour change they need to drive their business forward. Building bespoke learning programmes for a range of clients, we need someone who can confidently manage a team and clients and is a true subject matter expert when it comes to learning and development and how it drives behaviour change.


    We are ideally looking for someone in a senior level management role who has consulting experience; specifically within people, culture and behaviour change. You will have a proven track record of designing and delivering bespoke L&D initiatives and the desire to shape and grow a successful international business. Finally, and most importantly you will be a great cultural fit with our passionate, intelligent and progressive team.


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