MH4.0 Training & Consulting
To get ahead of the curve you need to equip your people with the skills they need to survive and thrive through change. Businesses need to be flexible and adaptable in order to overcome challenges and make the most of opportunities.
The challenges we face include how to:
· introduce and adapt to new technology
· prepare your people for digitalisation and Industry 4.0
· handle unstable economies
· adapt to shifting markets and changing mindsets
· manage multi-cultural and multi-generational workplaces
· plan for the future through political uncertainty.
All have one common denominator – significant change.
At MH4.0 we take inspiration from nature to help people move forward in a digital age. Whether it’s behaviour workshops with hawks, team leadership lessons with wolves or social networking with vultures, our courses are innovative and effective.
lessons from nature
Encouraging creativity, collaboration and problem solving
You can choose to either react to change or exploit it. That’s where MH4.0 comes in. We don’t sell training courses from a list of off the peg solutions. We work with you to identify your needs and then upskill your team with the right skills to guide your business through all aspects of change.
Wherever possible we switch environments, moving people away from their busy world of overstimulation into the natural world, to encourage creative thinking, collaboration and problem solving. In a way that ensures change sticks when they return to the workplace.
We work with forward thinking businesses from all sectors to optimise their people
You need to put people at the centre of any change project, because new technology and systems are only as good as your people.
We help you achieve this with innovative training programmes that enable improved personal performance, to complete the equation:
Mark Hemming heads up MH4.0 and works with organisations to optimise their people to be as efficient, productive and successful as they can be. Mark has worked with some of the largest and smallest names in business – with a focus on manufacturing and industry – with experience across multiple sectors.