We are excited to announce the launch of our new website and branding for Warneken Consulting.  With 30+ years of military standard corporate environment experience, Warneken Consulting can offer your business expert advice and coaching in areas including (but not limited to) Crisis Management, Leadership and Management Services/Training, and Corporate Security.

Our blog will be home to useful articles on corporate business advice plus any important Warneken Consulting company updates so be sure to check back for exciting content soon!

We must send great thanks to The Marketing People for all their help with building our website and launching our new brand. They helped us improve our branding and have designed our new logo- applying this to all touchpoints of the business. Alike our services, the new website is precise and to the point, and the team at The Marketing People have communicated our core values effectively on our new website.

During a time of change in the workplace due to the ongoing effects of Covid-19, why not make that change a positive one and find out how Warneken Consulting can support your business. View Our Services to discover our offerings suited to any business in any sector. Many of our services complement one another, therefore, we can tailor the perfect combination of improvements to your business requirements.

We hope you find the new website interesting and informative, and we look forward to assisting you with all your business management and consulting needs.

Released On: 09 Sep 2020

Sally Pepper interviews Andrew Warneken

Listen to the full show here

Sally Pepper:

A Derby man living with autism is urging people to support those with the condition as we head back to work and a sense of normality. Andrew [Warneken 00:00:10] says, going back to the office means you could be sitting at a different desk and be following a complete change of routine to the one you’ve had whilst working from home. Heading to the shops and wearing a mask can also cause distress for those living with the condition. So what can we do to help?

Sally Pepper:

Well, Andrew joins me now. Andrew, good morning.

Andrew Warneken:

Good morning.

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