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Ramsey Hall Retains Investor in People (IIP) Status and Celebrates International Recruitment Success

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Ramsey Hall Retains Investor in People (IIP) Status and Celebrates International Recruitment Success

Monday, July 1st, 2013

Hampshire, UK 01 July 2013 – Ramsey Hall, one of the UK’s leading talent management practices is delighted to announce that it has retained its Investors in People (IIP) status during a recent review of the HR standard by independent auditors, Inspiring Business Performance Ltd.

This news comes as the business continues to expand through its association with INAC, the international network of over 40 global search companies which Ramsey Hall joined 12 months ago. The business has also won a number of high profile contracts to supply senior managers and directors to businesses across the UK as well other HR related services such psychometric testing.

Commenting on the success, Phil Boyle, Managing Director of Ramsey Hall said, “We’re delighted that we have retained our Investors in People status. Investors in People offers a people based business structure which we feel benefits any business, especially our own.

“2013 is proving to be buoyant year for the business as we’ve seen our search teams working with businesses in Russia and the USA. The economy seems to be picking up slightly as a number of high profile businesses have looked to take on senior managers. Our team of talent management consultants continues to be busy with a number of assignments already planned for the autumn.

“This year is certainly looking positive for us. Over the next six months we are continuing to look at the expansion of Ramsey Hall. We will be announcing a new division of the business over the next few weeks which will take us into new markets.”

Phil Boyle Receiving an Award for IIP and Celebrates International Recruitment Success

John Telfer, Managing Director of Inspiring Business Performance Ltd (IBP), the organisation that delivers Investors in People for London and the South, said: “Ramsey Hall should be congratulated for the way in which management and staff have come together to produce real results. I hope other organisations in the industry will look to them as a great example of what can be achieved.”

For further information about Ramsey Hall please visit www.ramseyhall.com

Third Corporate Manslaughter Conviction Should Send Warning Signals

Friday, August 31st, 2012

Lion Steel has recently been convicted of corporate manslaughter and becomes the third such organisation to be successfully prosecuted.  They were fined £480,000 plus costs in July for the offence and face the damage to reputation and the tragic human cost which inevitably goes with the conviction.  Indeed, at least one of the other two convicted organisations went out of business as a result.

Lion Steel was charged following the death of an employee who suffered fatal injuries when he fell through a fragile roof at its site in Hyde, Cheshire in May 2008. The company admitted the offence earlier this month, part way through a trial, on the basis that all charges against its directors would be dropped (three men had been charged with gross negligence manslaughter and health and safety charges).

This tragedy acts a timely reminder to organisations who have yet to evolve Safety, Health & Environmental (SHE) practices beyond mere bureaucracy and lip service into embracing behavioural SHE which encourages and involves all employees.

Our advice is to review your current SHE practices on two levels.  Firstly, decide whether SHE is a compliance issue or a cultural must, the latter we suggest is right.  Then look at the SHE practices of your organisation.  Do you have a SHE behavioural framework embedded which all employees ‘buy into’? Do you have proper SHE behavioural training in place at induction stage onwards? Do you properly measure and report on SHE issues?

Many organisations still cannot answer these questions positively and consequently are at higher risk.

To discuss the issues around SHE behavioural best practice call Matthew Davis on 02380 236944

New Appointment for Ramsey Hall team – August 2012

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

Ramsey Hall is delighted to announce that Jane Evans has been appointed as a Consultant in its Talent Management Practice.  Jane is a specialist in assessment and in learning & development and will be working as part of  a multidisciplinary consulting team on a wide range of projects.

Jane was previously an associate of the business and prior to that was HR Manager for a well known South Coast aerospace manufacturer.

Jane commented that, “As an HR Manager I dealt with literally hundreds of recruitment and HR organisations. Quite simply I always found Ramsey Hall to be by far the most knowledgable and professional. I am delighted to be joining them on a permanent basis.”

Ramsey Hall’s award winning Talent Management Practice provides Talent Management & Organisational Development Solutions for a growing client base of organisations. These solutions are focussed on achieving growth through people.  Typical projects include capability development, assessment, organisational redesign and board/leadership effectiveness.  The services compliment our Executive Search Practice which is the UK Partner of the INAC Global Recruitment Network.

Ramsey Hall’s clients range from fast growing SME’s right up to major FTSE 100 organisations such as BAE Systems.

Phil Boyle Takes Up Prestigious Global Aerospace Position as President of the Royal Aeronautical Society

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

Southampton, UK – 22 May 2012 – Phil Boyle, the Managing Director of Southampton based HR Consultancy, The Ramsey Hall Group, has been appointed as President of the Royal Aeronautical Society, the world’s oldest and most prestigious aerospace organisation. Established in 1866 and with over 17,000 members worldwide, the RAeS is head quartered in London but has nearly 100 branches across the world.  A completely multi-disciplinary Society, the RAeS has members from each and every part of the aerospace sector.

Commenting on his appointment, Boyle said, “I am deeply honoured to become the President of the RAeS, one of the most prestigious roles in the world of aerospace and aviation. Having been a member of the Society for over 40 years, I look forward to guiding the Society over the next year as we first undertake the biggest changes to our governance in over 50 years and then roll out an innovative “New Media” based membership offering that will completely globalise the Society with every member no matter where they are in the world enjoying essentially the same benefits.

“This has been an exciting time for Ramsey Hall too, as we saw our business grow by 80% in 2011.

“As a pilot, chartered engineer and HR professional I hope that my skills and experience will benefit the RAeS as it continues to encourage young talent to consider aviation and engineering as their career path.  Having chaired the local Solent branch which covers the whole of the Portsmouth and Southampton conurbation, I know how important our members are at a local level and will continue to strive to encourage them all to promote this amazing industry.”

Boyle will become part of a proud history of Society RAeS leaders, whose past presidents include HRH Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh and military aviation pioneer Sidney Camm – the designer of the Hawker Hurricane.  Phil is the longest serving Trustee of the Royal Aeronautical Society and also the current Chair of the Solent branch – recognised across the society as being an exemplar branch and especially highly regarded for the support it provides to young people wishing to study for a career in aviation.

 

 

SHL Awards Ramsey Hall and The Occupational Psychology Group (OPG) Prestigious ‘Enterprise Partner’ Status

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

Southampton, 28 February 2012 – SHL, the global leader in talent management, has appointed Talent Management Consultancy and current SHL Partner of the Year, ‘Ramsey Hall and The OPG’ as an inaugural SHL Enterprise Partner.

Enterprise Partnership is the highest level in SHL’s new, three tier Partner System. SHL states that Enterprise Partnership is reserved exclusively for their most trusted and valued business partners.  Furthermore, this news comes just  a few weeks after Ramsey Hall was invited to join ‘INAC’, the leading global network of executive search consultancies.

Commenting on these twin accolades Managing Director, Phil Boyle, said, “These awards are yet a further illustration of how Ramsey Hall has evolved into a major talent and organisational development management consultancy. Today we have experts who provide outstanding service across the full employment life cycle. From board level executive search to large scale development centres (over 300 managers for one client in 2011 alone); from individual one-on-one psychometric assessments as part of either a client’s own recruitment efforts or development programmes, through to truly bespoke outplacement services we continue to demonstrate the really positive difference that Ramsey Hall brings.”

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About Ramsey Hall

Ramsey Hall provides a range of Business Consultancy services where people are placed at the heart of the organisation. We focus on helping clients recruit, develop and harness leadership capability and provide the framework, as well as expertise, to manage talent through all aspects of the employment life cycle from attraction to exit. Our work includes: executive search; boardroom consulting; leadership development & succession planning; career transition; interim management and a range of business psychology and organisational development solutions.

Ramsey Hall works internationally across the private and public sectors for clients ranging from global FTSE100 organisations to ambitious SMEs who are seeking growth through maximising their people potential and performance.

The award winning, multi-disciplined team of Chartered HR Consultants, expert Talent Attraction and Executive Search/Selection Specialists, Occupational Psychologists and Leadership Consultants combine to provide the most comprehensive people consultancy, change management and strategic advisory services available today.

About SHL

SHL is  the global leader in talent measurement. SHL’s unrivalled assessment science and People Intelligence give customers the actionable insight they need to make the intelligent talent acquisition and mobility decisions that drive measurable business results and sustainable competitive advantage.

Building on a foundation of 50 years of market leadership, innovation and expertise, SHL delivers more than 25 million scientifically proven selection and development assessments per year in 30+ languages. Offering the broadest global footprint in the industry, SHL deploys solutions in more than 150 countries and maintains a local presence in more than 50 countries.

Our Clients

We support more than 10,000 clients, including over 50 percent of the Global Fortune 500, over 40 percent of the Fortune 500, over 80 percent of the Financial Times Stock Exchange (FTSE) and over 50 percent of the Australian Stock Exchange. Our clients are maximising their return on investment, as evidenced in the bottom-line results – increased revenue, productivity, engagement, retention and quality of hire.

 

 

What do you understand about the ability and potential of your own talent?

Monday, August 15th, 2011

By Jenny Ludford CPsychol

The general economy remains uncertain however, there is a general expectation that the pace and recovery of economic growth will fall. Whether you are an optimist or agree with the general consensus, it is fair to say that there are still tough times ahead. As we assess the market and work closely with clients to ensure that they have the talent and resources to meet the challenges ahead, we are increasingly asking “what do you understand about the ability and potential of your own talent?”

Progressively more organisations are looking to their internal resource pool for ways to increase their competitive edge. Whilst most organisations realise the importance of measuring current performance levels of employees, we have increasingly found that many organisations do not fully understand, or recognise, potential areas for development in their managers and leaders. When we consider, that by developing the talent of managerial teams businesses could transform themselves and, as an additional benefit, address longer term performance issues.

Objectively assessing the current and future capability of managers and leaders is an effective way of identifying the gaps between current performance levels and the future needs of the business. Ramsey Hall is increasingly asked to work with organisations to assess, through objective development centres, the capabilities of managers in order to identify ways to address performance issues and take organisational performance to the next level.

Placing a greater importance on the development of internal capability will, undoubtedly, increase the potential of your business and enable improvements to be made to the ‘bottom line’, increase customer expectations and help your organisation to compete in ‘ austere’ times. Additionally, such measures could also serve as a tool to boost morale, increase employee engagement and enhance the career experiences and potential of your organisation’s most valuable asset, your people.

Executive Breakfast Club success

Friday, April 15th, 2011

Our recent seminar with Peter Humphreys has been a resounding success with 30 Business and HR leaders in attendance at the Rose Bowl near Southampton.

Peter was able to outline why it is essential to understand and develop a Director’s or Manager’s leadership capability and potential both before hire, but also before any development activity.  Those present were given the opportunity to complete an OPQ32r Leadership report post seminar.

Leadership assessment and development services are key practice areas for Ramsey Hall.  To discuss further please call Matthew Davis on: 02380 236944.

SHL PARTNER OF THE YEAR 2011!

Thursday, March 24th, 2011

Ramsey Hall is delighted to announce that we have been awarded the prestigious ‘SHL Partner of the Year’ for 2010. SHL is the world leader in objective assessment solutions and as Ramsey Hall has been recognised for the previous two years as a leading partner, it was a tremendous accolade to the team.

To win the award Ramsey Hall, through its Occupational Psychology Group (OPG), was assessed against criteria which included; best use of SHL tools, client recommendation, recognitions as an ambassador for SHL and, of course, sales of SHL tools together with business growth generally. 

Phil Boyle, Managing Director, commented: “over the last 12 months SHL has seen how we not just assess people but help facilitate step change to our clients’ performance.”

Assessment services range from one-on-one psychometric evaluation, as well as 360 degree feedback, to the provision of total solutions including assessment & development centres.  These are often combined with coaching, organisational development and change management programmes aimed at achieving step change to performance. These leading edge solutions are delivered by our multi discipline team of business psychologists and HR consultants.  In addition, psychometrics forms a core part of our Executive Search practice offering.

For more details please contact Matthew Davis on: 02380 236944.

Ramsey Hall Executive Breakfast Club 5 April 2011

Monday, March 14th, 2011

Peter Humphreys, VP SHL

 We are delighted to invite you to our next Executive Breakfast Club event to be held at The Rose Bowl in Southampton from 8am.

Peter Humphreys, one of the UK’s leading names in psychometric assessment and VP SHL, will be providing stimulating thoughts around ‘Identifying & Realising Leadership Potential’. 

This is due to be an excellent thought leadership discussion and will additionally provide a good networking opportunity amongst business leaders. 

If you wish to attend please email dryder@ramseyhall.com for more details or call 02380 236944. list of sites .

Ramsey Hall in partnership with BAE/Xchanging

Thursday, February 24th, 2011

The Ramsey Hall Group is delighted to announce a strategic talent management partnership with BAE Systems Surface Ships and Xchanging. Having worked with BAE Systems over a number of years, Ramsey Hall Group has been chosen to provide a comprehensive review of the talent within its Surface Ships Support business. The objective will support BAE Systems Surface Ships in the delivery of ‘Support Operational Excellence’, for which Xchanging will provide training and development in the use of the more rigorous methodologies and tools of Six Sigma and its pragmatic integration with Lean methodology.

This is an exciting development programme for BAE Systems and Ramsey Hall, who will be running a series of Capability Development Centres that will identify any individual, team and organisational learning and development requirement that will enable the business to move forward and meet the challenges of the future.

Ramsey Hall is one of the UK’s leading Talent Management organisations with offices across the UK as well as a broader international platform. They work with many blue-chip, global businesses and have a reputation for delivering unparalleled results. Expert Business Consultants, who come from a variety of commercial and academic backgrounds, come together to offer organisations some of the most advanced business solutions for today’s competitive climate. Totally focused on achieving practical results and taking the complexity out of challenging situations, it is their ability to drill down further than most consultants in truly understanding business objectives that makes them the partner of choice.

Together with partners SHL (one of the world’s leading psychometric assessment organisations for business and individual development purposes), Ramsey Hall and BAE Systems Surface Ships have developed a number of toolkits which will enable BAE Systems to assess potential and target the right interventions for individual development and therefore collective success. SHL, Ramsey Hall and BAE Systems have already pioneered an assessment programme for BAE Systems’ Apprenticeship Scheme – the ambition is to create world class apprentices for the future and this tool will help in achieving this ambition.

BAE Systems is now looking to strengthen the talent across the Surface Ships Support business even further. In order to achieve this in a meaningful manner Ramsey Hall Group has run a series of focus groups through its Occupational Psychology Division to identify competencies (skills) for success. Following on from this they have developed a bespoke development programme designed to measure the level of these competencies across the team. The results will be individual development plans that will address future training and development requirements.

The Capability Development Centres will use a selection of SHL online assessment tools, as well as a one-day assessment and evaluation activity programme.

This programme represents a considerable investment on the part of BAE Systems Surface Ships Support. Ramsey Hall Group, together with SHL and Xchanging, is delighted to have been chosen to support the organisation in its continued focus on maintaining operational excellence.