Sharon Harte, Managing Director said: "The sessions with the NTU experts forced us to confront the status quo away from the challenges of the ‘day job’ and the exceptional tests created by Brexit, Covid and the Worldwide disruptions to supply chains created by the former. The sessions to date and resulting positive fallout have set a new dialogue internally and allowed us to ‘dream’ of new scenarios against an enhanced understanding of our current market and organisational position.
"It has given us the permission to celebrate our successes and determine a ‘shared vision’ of an enriched pathway to future growth and expansion with enduring strategies that are clear and disciplined."
Fellow Director Mark Townsend added: “These sessions were invaluable to us as an SMT to refocus on future goals and visions for the business. NTU helped us with restarting or developing strategies for the business that were medium to long-term and to reinforce that this is important even in the current worldwide business climate where battling and reporting on short-term challenges are almost perceived as the new normal.
"We were challenged to separate the short-term and consider, debate, and deliver on what goals we wanted for the business long term and how we were going to achieve this. Then discussing communicating the vision and implementing it clearly to bring the whole company together with the same business aims and direction and understanding the role every person has to play in this.”