project management with workforce planning corporate governance  legacy


At WINC HR Strategy and Solutions we believe in doing business in a fair, transparent and collaborative manner. We treat our clients, specialist consultants and peers in the way we would like to be treated.

m-integrated solutions

Delivery of Operational Excellence

Since 2014, WINC HR Strategy and Solutions has been working closely with M-Integrated Solutions PLC to integrate effective organisational design throughout their business.

Working directly with the executive and operational teams, WINC have run bespoke coaching and project sessions across all M offices to equip staff with the knowledge and confidence to make informed choices and speak authoritatively to clients and projects teams about workforce planning, corporate governance, and sustainability.

This long-standing relationship has proved enjoyable and challenging, and we look forward to continuing our involvement with these exciting global events and award-winning creative agency.

Time frame
2014– ongoing

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steel hospitality

Delivery of Operational Excellence

In 2019, WINC HR Strategy and Solutions began working with key people across several departments and project teams at Steel Hospitality to redefine their HR and Corporate Responsibility strategy.

Through collaborative workshops, we are helping the teams to identify key strategic priority areas for Steel Hospitality, establish a new vision to guide the strategy and develop realistic action plans to ensure initial targets can be delivered.

This work includes assessing existing data to help the teams improve data quality, establish baselines, and develop robust objectives. Over the next year, WINC HR Strategy and Solutions are working with Steel Hospitality to empower them to establish processes and procedures that support the delivery of the new HR and Corporate Responsibility strategy and vision.

Time frame
2014– ongoing

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mercedes-benz uk

management development

Mercedes-Benz UK realised it needed to address a future skills shortage based on the attraction and retention difficulties across its network.

The result was the evolution of its Management, Sales and After-Sales Service Management Training Programmes which opened the development opportunities to those with limited previous sales or management experience to meet the skills gap and increase its market share in the sector.

This ground-breaking approach to training has taken skill levels to a new dimension in the company and resulting in being awarded a Princess Royal Training Award.

Karl undertook delivery of their national Leadership Development programme, from individual initial training and career assessments to gap analysis and directing their learning programme over a range of interventions.

He assessed and/or certified c500 managers and leaders from across the network.

Time frame
2014– 2019

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2015 european games

workforce mobilisation

The 2015 European Games took place in Baku, Azerbaijan, from 12 to 28 June 2015, and featured almost 6,000 athletes from 50 countries competing in 30 sports, including 15 summer Olympic and 2 non-Olympic sports.

This was the first major multi-sport event in the country. We recruited and mobilised over 450 international major event experts, including non-sport related functions such as Technology, Commercial, Finance, HR and Legal, to deliver the world’s first “pop up” local organising committee.

Our workforce continues to gain new skills and valuable experience, through working alongside a diverse international workforce drawn from 43 countries.

Moreover, 162 young Azerbaijani’s joined the Baku 2015 Academy Programme ensuring a human legacy for Azerbaijan, as well as capacity to stage future major events.” Mehriban Aliyeva First Lady, Republic of Azerbaijan and Chair, Baku 2015 Organising Committee.

Time frame

2015 European Games