RightTrack Learning is home to a family of people development and culture change specialists who support organisations just like yours to thrive.
RightTrack Learning was founded by Kasmin Cooney OBE in 1988. Today it is led by her daughter Claudia, and RightTrack’s first ever employee Vicci who over three decades, have grown together alongside the business. Supported by a team of experts and professional actors, and guided by a ‘We Believe in Brave’ ethos, we are champions of change.
We are also proud to offer choice. Whether you’re a multinational company, a growing SME, from the private, public or third sector, from the UK or overseas, we are here to work in collaboration with you to turn your people vision into reality.
This would be a good time to share with you our approach but in truth, we draw upon a number of methodologies depending on your wish-list, budget and strategic objectives. What never changes, however, is where we start – and that’s always with you.
Here’s a flavour of some of the elements you can include in your project:
- Off the shelf or tailormade
- Virtual or face-to-face
- Scenarios based on truthOr fictional scripts
- Bespoke video content or live actors
- We can deliver or train your trainers
- Evaluation reports or ROI analysis
- Formal consultancy or informal chats
We Believe in BRAVE
What Our Customers Say
Christian MacnamaraSenior Project Officer (Rough Sleeping), Greater London Authority
“I thought Talmud was a fantastic presenter – we got in to some really good, in-depth conversations about the way that inclusion works and doesn’t work… couldn’t recommend it more.”
Andy JohnsonTrain Driver, Govia Thameslink Railway
“Paula delivered a really great training course that held our interest all the way through. I’ve certainly learned things that I’m going to take with me and give me a new way of thinking in my day-to-day job.”
Natasha GrahamSenior Policy Officer - Diversity, Greater London Authority
“The training was fantastic – it gave us time to reflect on the inclusive behaviours we have within the organisation but, more crucially, the inclusive behaviours that we have of ourselves.”
Ruth KnightPrinciple Policy and Programmes Officer, Greater London Authority
“It was really good to work through some of the ways for identifying and tackling micro aggressions that are so easy to let pass in a meeting context, or on social media. It felt really engaging and I’m left with lots to think about.”