Roger Longden - MyObjectives | MyObjectives

Roger Longden

Roger Longden develops high-growth strategies for his clients that align and engage their people, their teams and their overall organization to deliver successful outcomes. He’s passionate about how business priorities are translated into daily performance in the workplace. He recently completed an extensively researched paper on the subject, “Priming for Performance.” He’s also a guest-lecturer at the MMU Business School.

Clients find his Plan/Align/Engage/Lead approach useful in structuring their planning, without losing their agility. He places values at the heart of his work with businesses, encouraging them to define their values, and then integrate them into key business processes like recruitment, performance and rewards. This ensures his clients are attracting and retaining the people they need.

Roger’s experience spans over 20 years in diverse sectors ranging from oil & gas to sports, social housing, corporate, small business and youth services. He’s an approved leadership coach for UKSport.

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