Lorraine designs and delivers a range of learning interventions for our clients utilising an action-oriented approach. She is a skilled facilitator with experience as a line manager and as a learning development professional across public, private and third sectors. Her focus is providing innovative and relevant development to enable participants to return to the workplace with the skills and knowledge they need to do their jobs and the confidence to put what they have learned into practice.

Lorraine feels that to be memorable, learning should be participative and fun and works hard to engage with groups and individuals, to make learning relevant to their situation and to role model the attitude and behaviours expected of leaders in the workplace.

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  • Leeds Business School
    Do we need leaders and managers in the workplace?
    • by Lorraine Goodhand
    • 03 Dec 2019