Company Profile

Events attended

  • London networking event - Urbano networking event on Bitcoin

    Thursday May 7th 2015

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  • Urbano People networking breakfast event

    Thursday Apr 26th 2012

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  • Urbano Host networking morning event

    Thursday Nov 10th 2011

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  • Urbanopeople business breakfast

    Wednesday Sep 28th 2011

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  • Urbanohost breakfast - 2012 Special

    Wednesday Jul 27th 2011

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    Networking community for those architecture, BIM, construction, design, engineering, property, & related sectors

About LEH Consulting Ltd.

LEH Consulting (since 1996): Lydia founded her consultancy to support individual and organisational improvement. She helps with 'hard' issues such as strategy formulation, financial forecasting, succession planning and risk analysis and is currently doing a dissertation on the decision processes in selecting strategies. She also addresses ‘soft’ issues – such as confidence building, team development, management of poor performance and appraisals.

As a senior partner of the8group consortium, Lydia has helped to run, design and deliver large leadership & Management development programmes since 2005. Working mainly with housing associations, GP practices, charities and community groups, we deliver both Qualification programmes and bespoke – meeting the needs of frontline managers as well as middle and senior management.

As visiting fellow of Kingston University, Lydia has worked with a national children’s charity as well as Veolia managers and engineers, to support personal and organisational development. She strongly believes in Work Based Learning, and continues to tutor on the Masters in Business & Management Practice.

She is an Ambassador for London Excellence – promoting and supporting the use of the Business Excellence Model as well as networks for sharing & learning across sectors and sizes of organisations.

Her dissertation topic will look at manager’s decision-making processes: the reliance on intuition couple with analytical and rational thinking.

No need to reinvent wheels – rather get people thinking for themselves and seeking solutions to meet their needs.

In 2015 she is joined by Greg Hirst, who brings a wealth of experience in company and product strategy in the hi-tech sector to the practice.