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United Kingdom-Bristol: Personal development training services
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: www.contracts.mod.uk
Section II: Object
HR Delivery Services — 4 Lots; Actors, Coaches, Speakers, Learning Delivery
DE&S, on behalf of the Ministry of Defence (MoD), requires the supply of actors, coaches, speakers and learning design and delivery to support the human resources (HR) function.
Cyber risk assessment code: RAR-EVRW746W Rating: very low.
DE&S requires a market expert supplier to provide corporate actors to the organisation to support individual development as and when required. The actors will be asked to perform against an array of business, management, conflict and leadership themes but will be centred around self-development and personal effectiveness in the areas of behavioural, leadership and management. The actors will also need to be able to give feedback to DE&S staff on the impact of behaviour, demonstrating to DE&S staff the impact of their own behaviour.
DE&S requires a market expert supplier to provide coaches who are able to support coaching within the organisation. The coaches will be asked to support and coach individuals in the fields of behavioural, leadership and management. DE&S’ approach to coaching is non-directive and coaches would be expected to work in this style.
DE&S require to appoint a supplier to deliver specific speakers to talk on specific topics at events designed and managed by DE&S. The speakers will be on an array of business and management themes but will be centred around personal effectiveness in the areas of behavioural, leadership and management.
Learning Design and Delivery
DE&S require a supplier to deliver pre-designed workshops or design and deliver workshops for up to 20 attendees per session on general business themes. The workshops will be on an array of business and management themes but will be centred around self-development and personal effectiveness in the areas of behavioural, leadership and management.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Coaches — coaching federation or equivalent.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
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