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Team development and project management with Vedior

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Vedior is one of the world's largest recruitment companies and is a full-service recruitment provider with a diverse portfolio of brands targeting a broad range of industry sectors.

The remit was to work with the Top Managers of Vedior France to focus on team development and the basics of project management.

Impact designed a two-day ‘Top Manager’ programme in conjunction with ESCP EAP, a leading European business school in Paris.

The programme consisted of eight sessions, each for up to 16 of Vedior France's Top Managers. They were given the challenge of creating a 15-minute news broadcast, reporting on current activity at Vedior. 

"Thanks to this programme, we have the basis of project management and we have strengthened the team."

"Making the television news programme with everyone helped me to understand a lot about communication and project management."

"The technical aspects of the project and the obligation to work together have opened my mind to interpersonal techniques and management skills."

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Chris Ranger
Director of Services
"In summary, a fantastically positive outcome for the EMEA Services Management team. We have improved business performance and enabled sales to exceed their targets as well as services targets in terms of contract attachment, contract revenues and deferred revenues. All of this has been done within the true spirit of co-operation and respect for each other."
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Stephen Mason
Group Finance Director
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