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Monday, March 25, 2013

Hitachi Capital focuses on developing colleagues

Redsky Learning has added to its portfolio of blue chip international clients after being appointed as a learning and development partner of Hitachi Capital UK.

The specialist provider has been commissioned to deliver a series of high impact events to management and leadership levels at the company' s Leeds, Newbury, Staines and Trowbridge sites. The sessions will provide participants with practical techniques and skills including mentoring, making change happen and internal consulting.

Red Sky Learning recently announced its commitment to double its turnover in 2013. The company specialises in development of leaders at all levels with experience in retail, construction, finance, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, public sector and leisure. With a fresh approach to learning, Redsky works in partnership with clients to prepare a tailored development programme that addresses their needs and challenges.

Lucy Clarke, learning and development specialist at Hitachi Capital, said: "We are delighted to be working with Redsky. At Hitachi Capital we recognise that our people are our most valuable asset and so it is important that we work with the right training partners that can add value to our teams.

"Redsky has created a programme of events that incorporates our core company values and strategic goals and we are looking forward to seeing the impact this tailored approach will have on our teams."

Gill Bryant-Green, director at Redsky Learning, said: "We are delighted to be appointed as a learning and development partner of Hitachi Capital. Redsky is committed to delivering tailored learning and development solutions that give businesses a tangible return on investment.

"Hitachi Capital is extremely dedicated to the development of its people and we have worked closely with them to develop a meaningful series of one day events that will give managers instantly usable skills and techniques to lead their teams to success."

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