Extended Mind is a new kind of consultancy

– we believe that everything memorable and significant happens through hard-fought collaboration

Some of Our Clients

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The Mental Health Club

Launching in Spring 2017, the Mental Health Club aims to make a positive contribution to the understanding and pursuit of mental health, particularly in our places of work.

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What our clients say…

Working with Extended Mind has been a breath of fresh air. They challenged us to define and describe the change that we wanted to see from our leaders. They then designed the course content that would test our leaders and encourage them to try new approaches
Phil Millward, HR Director UK&I Vauxhall Motors
The benefits and value that the programme brings are obvious in the development and growth of those who take part.
Caroline Angell, Head of Talent Development, Vodafone
Extended Mind’s programmes and interventions have been fundamental to our continued success as the largest, privately owned construction business in Scotland
Glenn Allison, Group Managing Director, Stewart Milne Group
Extended Mind provided an amazing programme. I am truly inspired – this programme has changed how I lead
Delegate, European Leadership Development Programme, UBM
The shift in confidence and ability of our top talent to engage and inspire is really quite phenomenal. The impact in the business is evident with a re-energised leadership community that work as a network. It’s very visible.
Caroline Angell, Head of Talent Development Vodafone
Extended Mind have helped me re-energise my leadership team. Their support, energy and creativity a produced a 250% ROI
Peter Scraton, Global Head of Logistics, Clarks Shoes
Not only have I enjoyed the course immensely as it has truly inspired me
Justin Gorman, , Commission Editor, Channel 4
Extended Mind provided relevant and stimulating ‘content’ and read the mood of the group extremely skillfully
Kate Harris, Managing Director, Oxford University Press
It was truly inspirational. Refreshing to take a completely different approach to leadership development
Delegate, Mitchells & Butlers

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