Who We Are

Our approach

Our approach to our work is one in which:

  • By bringing together experience in organizational learning, manager development, process design and effective project management we can offer a solution to meet your needs
  • We have a passionate belief that one-size does not fit all and so we will always tailor what we do to your specific needs. We are reliable and committed and will work flexibly in responding to your needs
  • The way we work and the relationships we develop mean that much of our work is repeat business or referrals from existing clients.  We pride ourselves on the quality of our relationships
  • We provide cost effective services and value for money
  • We will share our knowledge and skills with you so that your internal people can carry on without us
  • We are innovative in developing  and using new approaches

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Our People

Redington Consultancy was formed from consultants who between them have many years’ experience of working with some of the largest and the smallest organisations, supporting and developing individuals and teams at all levels. We have a broad base of associates who bring a rich variety of experiences and knowledge so that we can always bring insights into the challenges your organisation faces.

Our two Directors are Jackie Draper and Ian Skerritt.

Jackie Draper

Before coming into consultancy, Jackie worked at senior levels in the Public Sector. Her expertise lies in the field of organisation change, leadership and executive coaching. She is highly skilled and experienced as a facilitator and works from an appreciative approach.  Jackie focuses on establishing excellent relationships that encourage individuals and teams to work from their strengths and so deliver new courses of action and enhanced leadership. She has a strong desire to create the conditions and capacity for sustained success through improved performance.  She is a qualified coach and MBTI practitioner. She has delivered a wide range of projects in the public and private sectors. Her recent portfolio of work includes the design and delivery of innovative leadership programmes, coaching senior executives, training action learning facilitators for accreditation and a whole system action research project.

Ian Skerritt

Ian has worked to develop the project and programme management practices of organisations for many years. Having managed major telecommunications and IT change projects he now brings this experience to other organisations.  He has worked with many clients such as public sector organisations looking to respond to new government initiatives, with individuals conducting research into new medical interventions, and companies developing satellites to exacting specifications.  He believes that it is a combination of many factors that make for project success, from the practical use of recognised methodologies and tools, through the interaction with and the management of the many stakeholders, to the organisational commitment and support that are necessary for effective delivery.  To be a good project manager requires an understanding of self and how this influences one’s own approach to and preferences in managing projects.  For this reason combining his work with that of Jackie gives project and programme managers the opportunity to move beyond their current concept of project management practice and to understand how they and their team influence project outcomes.