"I have already used [Movement Pattern Analysis] as a tool in team formation and analysis for over a quarter of a century and have found it invaluable....[It] encourages tolerance of differences and ultimately a willingness to seek help from colleagues with high motivations in areas where one's own are low."
Vincent Nolan – author of Teamwork, former Chairman, Synthetics Ltd.
"I have found the techniques to be uniquely beneficial in the development of both teams and individuals and strongly related to our efficiency, creativity, and enjoyment of work..."
Dr. George Greener – Chairman, British Waterways / The Big Food Group Plc.
"The techniques...are extremely valuable in providing insights into management behaviour and management style. It is not always easy to see oneself in context, and an increasing awareness must be an important element in improving management capability."
Professor Sir James Ball – Former Principal
London Business School – Former Chairman
Legal & General Plc. / IBM UK Pensions Trust Ltd.
"MPA is an excellent tool to assess personality and skill-sets of members of the team, leading to better use of skills and better understanding of shortcomings. We used MPA to select a new controller, who has now turned out to be a key player of the organisation.
Michael Schlenk – CEO ProBioGEn AG
"I have found the insights extremely valuable. It helped me to develop as a person as well as in my role. It has given us greater understanding of how to improve the effectiveness of our top team..."
John Marks – Former Chairman, Trebor Ltd. (Cadbury Trebor Basset)
"I understand better why our working relations are how they are...why some tasks are difficult with some people and easy with others. This is the first step to divide tasks in different ways and also to change communication about tasks according to which person you address."
Rolf Alme, Dean – Norwegian Theatre Academy