The integrated approach to developing Leaders to develop your Business

22 years of developing brilliant leaders to lead and sustain people and organisations

Our integrated approach to leadership development teaches you and your managers how to tackle real problems using a combination of tools ranging from systems thinking, value chain analysis to servant leadership and skills development.

Leaders and managers need business technical skills to understand their part of the value chain intimately to understand how service is optimised; they also need human skills to direct the hearts and heads of those who will do the work.

To be the best-in-industry your leaders need to possess symbiotic competencies to develop their people and technical skills simultaneously. 

Using our extensive Competency Library and Leadership Toolkits they can develop the relevant competencies, have them fully tested through real application, be assessed and graduate capable of delivering their role. 

Naturally, not everyone is training to become a heart surgeon or airline pilot, yet leaders and managers impact humans everywhere from customers, to suppliers, to staff . So why would anyone ever let them loose untrained or assessed for a role?  Of course you wouldn’t….


IPMS Global operates direct to client and through accredited partners.

Contact us and we will connect you with your territory partner. 

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1. Level of Leader training programmes – to full competence at a role level


  • Our globally praised Levels of Leader programmes have a referenced pedigree of 10 years
  • These programmes span all six levels of leader: Group; Business; Function, Managers; Others & Self
  • Innovative methods of delivery mean significantly less training time, affording savings in time and price reductions


2. Specific Skills training programmes – learned with speed and accuracy


  • Specific Skills in a particular aspect of leadership;
  • 3 days of intense toolkit training on how to use each toolkit;
  • Depart with a plan to execute the toolkits and a guidebook;
  • Option to extend the toolkits training to include competency training.
  • Significantly less training time, affording savings in time and price reductions


 3. Mastering Competencies


  • A method of Mastering Competencies which is utterly unique in designing organisations and roles the ‘right way around’.
  • Aligns roles and levels to your business value chain and its specific service delivery requirements with an ROI per role
  • Uses your business metrics to ensure the correct roles are in place along the value chain: service by service; activity by activity; volume and quality – KPI by KPI.
  • Allows you to Business Case 1 or 100 roles.

The Power of a Learning Architecture tells you where to begin:

Level of Leader; Specific Skills; Competencies ?


Because we have been designing learning architectures for decades we can quickly guide you in designing your own, and assessing needs based on business and personal priorities.

Our Leader 360º audits provide you with incredibly valuable data on business needs and individual needs, plus where to leave things alone and where to start.

The 3 dimensional cube illustrated shows it is possible to be both global and local once you have an architecture and a blueprint. With all great frameworks, development can occur concurrently and sequentially – across a level of leader, down a whole organisation or directly to specific skills or competency gaps.

Click on the tab About Us in the menu to learn more about how we help you, if requested, to ensure your learning architecture will achieve your organisational and business goals.

“Most managers dread being selected for a management training programme unless they are convinced by data that attending will directly build their business and their people.”
Mike How – Director
IPMS Integrated Model

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