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Richard Thompson

Trainer and Facilitator at byrne∙dean

London, United Kingdom

About Me

I am practical, organised and down to earth. I enjoy working with people and am looking to make good connections with HR / ER professionals, managers and business owners via LinkedIn with the aim of hopefully building some future working relationships. 

I specialise in training and facilitation on a range of management best practice, culture change and employment / HR related matters. I help organisations through facilitated learning to ensure that people understand why things can go wrong in the workplace and identify ways to avoid issues becoming a bigger problem and / or to avoid them from happening again. In a nutshell, we help to make workplaces a better place to be!

I truly believe in the motto "prevention is better than cure" and am on a mission to pursuade employers that this should also be their golden rule!

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How did it go so wrong?

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