10 YEARS OF CONSULTING EXCELLENCE


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About Us

10 years of champions

Established in 2009, Leadership Champions (UK) are renowned for building and implementing ‘High Performance’ strategies across multiple sectors. From Sustainability Roadmaps on major Rail Infrastructure Programmes, to Technology Innovation Accelerators for global energy suppliers, our effective ‘peer assists’ are bespoke to each client.

We have the in-house capability to quickly mobilise large project teams, discover the real job to be done, and resolve complex problems at speed, helping our customers to capture more opportunities, implement more improvements and deliver significant customer value.

As part of our relentless focus on performance coaching, I am always looking at new ways to share the skills developed over a thirty-year career in Quality Management, International Sales and Major Programme Delivery, and therefore delighted to announce our NEW ‘Driving High Performance’ programme; aimed at first time Leaders and Managers, to help create an environment of engagement and performance.

Past Clients

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UKRIA 2018 Awards Finalists

The UK Rail Industry Awards - UKRIA 2018, is the biggest and most attended celebration of success in the rail industry. We are delighted to announce, Leadership Champions are finalists in the Environmental and Sustainability category for work delivered on the VolkerFitzpatrick WAML Project (circa £140m).


VolkerFitzpatrick, were awarded the Network Rail southern multi-functional framework – Anglia route (MFF) in 2014. Anglia Route Collaboration (ARC) will deliver platform extensions, station enhancements, new footbridges and upgrades to bridges and embankments along the Anglia route.

The West Anglia Main Line (WAML), a £140 million upgrade scheme will improve connectivity to the planned £3.5bn Meridian Water Housing scheme in Edmonton, which is set to deliver 8,000 homes as one of 20 proposed London housing zones.


"Traditional command-and-control pyramids are going to give way to distributed-authority networks; Organisational structures are flattening out.  We needed a new plan..."

To win the hearts and minds of the people delivering the MFF framework, and ensure lessons learned from the WAML programme were not lost, provision was made for a LEADING A HIGH PERFORMANCE TRAINING PROGRAMME.  

​Our approach offered VolkerFitzpatrick a holistic, personality-based understanding of team strengths, weaknesses, and culture, and to better understand how members’ personalities and motivators may support or hinder the WAML LIFE team effectiveness in light of the team’s character, business, context, and goals.

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