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We recognise that there will be times you need broader support with your people development work beyond programmes or coaching. We offer practical and powerful expertise to help you shape and develop your leadership, talent, learning and client relationship strategies.

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Areas We Cover

Consultancy can be offered as part of a wider programme, on a retainer basis or adhoc as and when it’s needed. We can work as an extension to your HR / L&D / People Team, supporting you in a number of areas, including but not limited to:

  • Talent Management Strategies

  • Learning & Development Strategies

  • Competency & Behavioural Framework Development

  • Values & Culture Setting

  • Vision & Road Mapping

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How it Works









Our process and approach can flex depending on your needs and budget. We are happy to work on entire strategies, packages of work or individual elements as required, but we always start with spending time on diagnostics, defining success measures and getting to know key stakeholders and their needs. 

Following any diagnostic consultation we generally move into looking at what the set of recommendations are required and setting out clear plans and roadmaps of deliverables.

Often this leads to specific packages of work or delivery of development programmes.

If further support around implementation of work is required or you'd like to maintain an ongoing open dialogue on your people development needs we can put a monthly retainer in place.

Why Work With Us?

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The Hustle House has a real blend of experience from leading and managing Talent and Learning & Development functions across a wide spectrum of industries to practical operational and project management capabilities. 

Our sweet spot is working with small to medium sized organisations who have identified a need for external support on their people development or talent strategies and are looking for that subjective input.

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