Director of HR, Royal College of Physicians

May 1st, 2015

Alison’s speed of response was excellent and this was very important to us. Alison adopted a very straightforward approach, she was immediately receptive and asked the right questions; it was clear that she knew what was needed to be done and we quickly established a rapport. I was looking for a mediator who could work well at senior level, it was important that we had an external view and that we had the right level of capability and experience. Alison clearly had the credentials and she immediately gave us confidence that she had the right capability to work at a senior level. She demonstrated that she was able to work in an environment that was quite political and provide an holistic and objective perspective. Alison clearly presented and articulated the facts on which we could then make a decision.

Alison provided precisely what we wanted and we achieved the right outcomes. Alison did a fantastic job and was lovely to work with. I would highly recommend Alison to my contacts and network and look forward to working with her again in the future.

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The report was very professional, it dealt with all the issues raised and was particularly thorough. It clearly took the time to fully understand all of the issues and background. It was complex but the report really helped to break it down and I’m hoping we can progress in a positive manner following the recommendations.

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