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Hello and welcome to Excel Communications – helping you to learn, grow and succeed.

Together we discover, design and deliver extra-ordinary development programmes in Leadership, Management and Communication skills. Tailored to you; your people, your business and your culture and delivered globally since 1985.

Call us or drop in for coffee and discover why we’re so much more than the average training company.

A global leadership & communication skills organisation

Thought-provoking and engaging, challenging and supportive, practical and entertaining; our training programmes have been tailored to the priorities and goals of businesses and participants for more than three decades. Isn’t it time you got in touch?

Find out more

Discover

Discover

Engage people
Align culture
Understand your business
Uncover needs
Define outcomes

Design

Design

Learning journey
Innovation
Approach
Structure
Content
Materials

Deliver

Deliver

Disrupt
Participants NOT delegates
No PowerPoint
Human
Collaborative
Engaging

Evaluate

Evaluate

Before
After
Progress
Return on investment
Repeat

Embed

Embed

Action plan
Future focus
Coaching
On demand
Alumni

Meet the Excel Team

About Us

What Makes a Great Performance Culture?

While many organisations talk about culture and its importance, the reality is a number of organisations still don’t take a proactive approach to building and measuring their culture.

About us

How To Handle Unexpected Emotional Responses When Giving Feedback

One of the main reasons managers say they delay giving ‘constructive’, or developmental feedback, as we prefer to call it at Excel Communications, is because they don’t know how people might react.

6 Easy Ways to Deal with Challenging Conversations

Every manager has to deal with a challenging conversation at some point in their career. What is the best way to approach them?