We’ve worked with 1000s of people, in more than 20 countries for 100 plus organisations.

Here are some of them:

Allied Healthcare
Carnival UK
Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust
CMS Cameron McKenna
GK Strategy
Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
HMP Bronzefield
King’s College Hospital NHS Trust
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Liberal Democrat HQ
Lloyd’s Register
Lloyds TSB
Majid Al Futtaim
National Trust
Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Olympics 2012
PHS Group
Royal and Sun Alliance (Middle East)
Royal Marsden Hospital
Saga Healthcare
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Smiths Detection
Sodexo Justice Services
The Metropolitan Police
The Insight Bureau
The Scottish Government
The Shelford Group
The Walt Disney Company
Time Warner
University College London Hospitals
University Hospitals Birmingham

Read some of our client testimonials and case studies:

“We commissioned Engaging Minds to introduce a strengths based approach to selection for a group of senior legal roles. The experience was overwhelmingly positive. I was impressed with their very thorough, rigorous and professional approach and their willingness and ability to work to a very tight timescale. The quality of the selection approach was undoubtedly improved as a consequence of this work and all stakeholders bought into this very new (to us) way of appointing people. In short, I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend the work of Engaging Minds.”
Tom Ring — Deputy Director | Legal Operations, Courts and Tribunals Development Directorate, Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS)
“Having been a part of the strengths-based journey within my company, I really saw, early on, the benefits of recruiting new people this way. The methods used are far more engaging, so you actually get to see the true characters of the people that you are considering recruiting. Very early in the cycle of recruiting this way, we had very positive customer feedback about the new people that we had taken on. They were an asset to our business straight away. Recruiting the right people in the first place naturally leads to a reduction in staff turnover, if you make sure you keep on doing all the component parts of strengths-based recruitment. I soon became a big fan of the process myself, it made sense to me as a manager, it made sense to our business, and the benefits were soon to be realised.”
Clare Noble — Operations Director, PHS Group
“The Strengths orientated work we’ve undertaken with Engaging Minds has undoubtedly helped many of our people to convert high-level diversity & inclusion concepts into a personal understanding of ‘WHAT’ their own strengths are — and ‘WHY’. This has often included reflection on aspects of their own personal ‘diversity’ which have in turn provided the foundation stones for some of their most significant strengths. From their enhanced personal understanding of their ‘What’ and the ‘Why’, their resulting growth in confidence, engagement and impact has been wonderful to see.”
Iain Wilkie — Senior Partner EY
“Within moments of meeting Sally I knew the Engaging Minds approach was what we needed as it was going to push us to do something new and really make us start to think differently about our recruitment. Sally challenged us from the outset making us think differently and question ourselves on why we have to do things a certain way. Working with Engaging Minds has really been a great experience, any concerns are discussed and listened to, it is a really comfortable environment to work in and we have some great discussions. We have already started to hear about the positive impact this is having and can’t wait to see this evidenced in the data over the coming months. If you are considering strengths my advice would be do it, be patient, trust in Sally and her team. When you start to see and hear about the changes it’s a great feeling!
Kathryn Tyrer — Head of Resourcing, Sodexo Justice Services
“Thank you so much for your inspiring input into the person specification and wording of the job advertisement for the recruitment of our new Chief Executive. We have successfully filled the post due, in no small measure, to the strength-based approach that you advocate. The copy helped us stand out from the crowd and, what’s more important, was responsible for attracting candidates that were best suited to succeed, and thrive, in the job we want them to do.”
Tim Fell — Chairman, British Stammering Association
“We worked with Engaging Minds when they developed strengths-based recruitment for ten hospitals within the NHS. I was quickly impressed with both the product and the team. They take time to thoroughly understand the people and the service they work with, making the outputs truly insightful. Engaging Minds’ successful methodology is applicable in so many contexts, with results that speak for themselves.”
Kay Fawcett — Chief Nurse, University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
“Sally Bibb, her team at Engaging Minds and their strengths-based recruitment methodology are a powerful combination that has brought us results that exceeded expectations. Sally is not a consultant — she is a leader, an advisor, a doer and an ‘off the charts’ rated one of the team. Her drive, passion and ambition for what she does and how that affects our business is truly inspirational and evident to all who meet her. With a range from strategist to flawless executor, straight talking to a caring and compassionate developer of people she is just a joy to work with AND the results are in our numbers!”
Lynda Greenshields — HR Director, Acromas Group
“We worked with Engaging Minds to introduce strengths-based recruitment into Morrisons. The project has made a real difference to our business and our ability to recruit the right people for us. If you want to make a project work contact Engaging Minds. Their approach, methodology and support is second to none. They are 100% committed, genuinely care and get great results. It has been a real pleasure working with them.”
Melissa McClure — Retail Resourcing Manager, Morrisons

Click here to read a case study of our strengths-based recruitment work with Morrisons.
“Engaging Minds has been a valued partner in leadership development in SABMiller for more than five years. During that time, they have continued to impress with their focus on unwavering quality and commitment both in terms of learning design and delivery. Their strengths-based approach to leadership development is aligned to the philosophy of SABMiller where each employee working to their strengths and potential is core to our ambition. Engaging Minds’ learning design focuses on the sweet spot between academic rigour and practical application – the end-to-end design is always robust and focuses precisely on the required skills and behaviour needed to operate as a leader in the 21st century. Their delivery is equally impressive – experienced facilitators and coaches ensure that learning transfer takes place effectively. Most recently, Engaging Minds has partnered with the business to deliver cutting edge virtual classroom experiences for our graduate trainees focusing on the interface between digital learning and facilitated learning. Engaging Minds is an example of a truly customer focused partner able to provide bespoke solutions in a cluttered market.”
Samantha Rockey — Group Leadership Development Executive, SABMiller

Click to read a case study of part of our leadership effectiveness work with SABMiller.
“Engaging Minds have provided our organisation with the tools to completely revolutionise the way we recruit care staff into our business. Strengths-based recruitment has totally transformed the way we attract and recruit and it will have a huge impact on the future growth and reputation of our business, in terms of quality. We now know what great looks like and the results are showing us that it’s working!”
Tonia MarstonSBR project lead, Allied Healthcare

Click here to read more client testimonials and case studies.



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