Narinder Dhaliwal is sponsored by the University of Bedfordshire to deliver Prince2 and is the University’s Lead Trainer for Prince2, Change Management, AgilePM and APMP. She is a member of the Association of Project Management. Over the past 12 years Narinder has been working independently providing project management consulting to a number of organisations across a wide variety of industry sectors which includes local authorities, government and private sector companies. Prior to becoming freelance her background was working on medium to large scale projects and programmes delivering business change. This has led to Narinder being able to provide real life examples which delegates can relate to. Narinder is continually given excellent feedback by her delegates.
Michel started his journey on continuous improvement in 1986, as a Quality Inspector and Manager for a major European Airline. he learned many Lean tools and Techniques, although the word Lean was then not yet used as a common definition of the application of this mindset and tools yet.
After fulfilling roles in sales and as an Emergency Response Manager (where he really understood the pivotal requirement of root cause analysis and continuous improvement), Michel first encountered Six Sigma when he joined a US company called General Electric in 1996. After a brief culture shock, he loved the structure and the data based decision making now added to continuous improvement activities, Six Sigma provided. He was certified as a Master Black Belt by GE and went on to build a Continuous Improvement infrastructure as a certified Quality Leader. After these roles, he was chosen for senior leadership positions in several GE businesses.
In 2006, Michel became an entrepreneur. Now he really understood what value Lean Six Sigma can bring to companies and organizations, focusing on continuously adapting to new developments and looking to continuously getting better at what we do, based on the ever changing customer requirements.
Executive with Board level experience in various industries, including engineering and chemicals, and with skills in management, manufacturing, business development and mentoring, finance and marketing. Highly successful in creating staff motivation. Manages consultancy and training projects in the UK to assist individuals and organisations develop their businesses.
Colin enjoys putting back into industry, academia and people, the experience and skills he has gained throughout his career and his current work includes training and development, business support and consultancy, Apprenticeships and NVQ assessments and verification, where he can help and support people to gain meaningful skills and qualifications. Assignments have included business management, company mentoring and restructuring, research projects, technology and knowledge transfer, sales and marketing support, manufacturing technologies and processes and the financial appraisal of companies and projects