CarterCorson are business psychologists with class-leading expertise in solving people issues to improve business performance. The company has built an impressive blue-chip client base that ranges from the Scottish Parliament and the NHS to Aviva and HSBC. Since its inception over a decade ago, CarterCorson has never lost a client. The company recognises that people and organisations have the talent to be successful but not necessarily the required behaviours and attitudes. This can be applied to all organisations, whatever their size or sector, making the potential market for these services unlimited and global.
Monies raised will be used: to accelerate the growth of the core executive development business; to develop an…show more content… What makes us different?
The business is unique in its blend of business and innovative applications of psychology, which in 10 years has never failed to make a difference for our clients. We also have incredibly strong client relationships – our first client was still a client on our 10th anniversary. We deliver pragmatic business solutions underpinned by the academic rigour of Chartered Psychologists; we are academic and practical and our potential client base is unlimited – where there are people problems, we can fix them.
Hazel Carter-Showell - Managing Director – Hazel has a degree in Business Studies, British Psychological Society qualifications in psychometrics and is a Fellow of the CIPD; with a background in acquisition integration, business turnaround and biotech recruitment, Hazel is a Business Psychologist and a visiting lecturer in leadership for Manchester University. Hazel founded CarterCorson in 1999 with John Corson.
John Corson - Commercial Director – John is a Fellow of the ACCA, with British Psychological Society qualifications in psychometric and a strong track record as Finance Director and CEO in a number of major organisations including part of Spillers Pet Foods. Prior to founding CarterCorson, John was Director in Charge of the North West Practice for Norman Broadbent, where he met