A lack of management development led to inconsistent and ineffective appraisal techniques.
Developing senior managers to be better leaders and to encourage the cultivation of talent – by the expansion of a coaching programme across McDonald’s UK and Ireland.
The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) is the world’s largest nursing union and professional body. Operating for over 100 years, they represent more than 435,000 nurses, student nurses, midwives and health care assistants, In the UK and internationally. The RCN's remit is to consider nursing standards, education and practices, along with being the main trade union body for nursing.
With a staff of 900 people across the UK, the RCN is committed to providing a quality service for its members and being an effective, and efficient organisation that attracts and retains high-quality staff - recently receiving the prestigious Gold Standard Award from Investors in People.
“Trayton had an ability to understand our organisation, what our needs were, whilst recognising the existing structure and internal coaches, he tailored his approach to meet our need and share his professionalism with the workforce”