“I am more than happy to endorse Joy Ogeh-Hutfield. I can say in total confidence that she is without doubt one of the country’s foremost Transformation training providers.”
“I am writing to thank you for the memorable presentation you gave to BAWP Professional Development Day – I know that my colleagues are still talking about it !!! As well as speaking to delegates on the day I have now had the chance to see completed feedback forms and so I know the people
“Joy has a wonderful gift for demonstrating that strong ethics build strong businesses. She believes passionately in finding “win-win” solutions which benefit employers and employees, and her integrity and clarity of purpose shine through in everything she says and does. Joy’s involvement in a project brings a guarantee of motivation, commitment and the utmost professionalism.
Very Inspirational! A true professional with a wealth of experience to back up her opinions and ideas….
It was brilliant to be able to ‘team-build’ in a different way (so used to chalk/talk). Everything I could have wished for!
“Training style was excellent, lively and clear …The course was exciting and enjoyable, it enabled me to speak with greater confidence, and to build positive rapport with others”
The workshop was highly effective and all participants were greatly appreciative of the event. Joy’s facilitation skills were excellent and fully involved everyone in the workshop
“Joy Ogeh-Hutfield provided a friendly, flexible, comprehensive service that would be suitable for diverse organisations. Excellent!”
“We would have no hesitation in recommending Joy to any organisation. Joy’s Transformation courses are also extremely enjoyable, making learning huge fun, just as it should be!! In short, Joy is a Transformation Consultant to be taken seriously.”
“Joy has worked for South Wales Magistrates’ Courts Committee (SWMCC) for the past 4 years helping to develop the diversity agenda for SWMCC and has delivered successful training in the areas of equality and diversity, and bullying and harassment. South Wales Magistrates’ Courts Committee have been delighted with two major research projects that she has