Koru offer high quality, cost effective training either in house or on one of our open programmes.
At Koru we use our real world experience of working with hundreds of companies alongside the latest findings in neuroscience and psychology to provide specialist business psychology for the workplace. Everything that we do is based in science whether we're training to transform companies or coaching leaders.
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Featured in the national media we work with an impressive list of clients providing specialist consultancy, training and coaching. Our talented team of outstanding consultants are passionate about making a difference to your performance, offering specialist management and communications training in London and across the UK.
You’re probably wondering what Koru means and why we chose it? Or maybe even how to say it…? Ko-ru (Kaw-roo) Definition: New Zealand a Māori name given to the newborn, unfurling fern frond, symbolizing new life, growth, strength and peace.
Our mission is to promote your growth and development by bringing you the best that we can, distilled from the world of psychology, neuroscience , leadership and management. Our business expertise coupled with our in depth knowledge of psychology means that when you work with us you're working with experts in the field who'll ensure that you get exactly what you need for your organisational development.
Gill Thackray, Koru Founder, Business Psychologist and Guardian contributor is committed to bringing you high quality, cost effective training and consultancy.
Our Values are at the heart of what we do. We're committed to doing our bit to protect the planet, defend human rights, support Fair Trade and ensure that what we purchase is animal or human cruelty free. We’ll seek out recycled office products where we can and recycle what we’ve used. We’d like to be here on planet earth for as long as we can and will work towards ensuring it’s as unspoilt as possible.
Koru Development donates a percentage of all profits to the Koru Trust, a small charity working with Karen refugees on the Thailand/Burma border.