Cecilia Westin Curry

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About Cecilia Westin Curry

Cecilia has a track record of over 14 years as a Senior Account Manager and Client Engagement Manager within the L&D industry. She has vast experience of working with both global and local organisations at an international level, implementing learning programmes and interventions specialising in leadership and management development solutions.
10 02, 2019

Video – Learning Content with Greencore Group

I have been lucky enough to be involved with Greencore Group and Natalie Rogers, the driving force behind the incredibly successful Line Manager Framework "Grow with Greencore". The innovative approach to line manager development won the “Best L&D initiative – Private Sector” at the CIPD People Management Awards in 2018. The true reward however for Natalie, [...]

30 01, 2018

Trust in Leadership

What is the worst characteristic in a leader? I was asked this question recently by a friend of mine who works for a formerly state-owned utility organisation in Scandinavia. He was about to recruit for a senior leadership position and felt stifled by a legacy culture within the organisation where length of service traditionally opened the [...]

17 05, 2017

How to create and deliver consistent global learning

Multinational employers can build a global talent pool by delivering consistent learning that’s tailored to the needs of local offices, says Cecilia Westin Curry as featured in Training Journal.   With the rise of globalisation, more multinational employers are looking to standardise their leadership competencies and corporate values worldwide. This has created a new demand to deliver consistent global [...]

30 01, 2017

Embrace Diversity

One of our clients recently raised an issue with regards to working in cross-cultural and global teams. The concern was that they had a UK team being managed by a German leader. Some members of the team were expressing frustration that the German leader should be less ‘German’ and ‘more like us’ [British]. My colleagues [...]

19 12, 2016

Beating The Monday Blues…

Some employees wake up revving to go every weekday morning. Others start the Monday blues as soon as the weekend draws to a close. With Christmas around the corner and most of us taking some well-earned time off work, I have been thinking about happiness at work and what it is that makes a difference when [...]

25 07, 2016

To be or not to be… or the difference between squashing and GROW-ing

In conversation with clients and colleagues, we often end up on the topic of poor management versus good management and what constitutes a good manager. A good manager has many attributes and does of course look different depending on the context in which he or she manages. Recent conversations have touched on the fact that [...]

15 06, 2016

Do your development programmes add value? How do you know?

This is a question which should be asked by every budget holder involved in learning and development programmes. It is a question I fully anticipate and am prepared for in my role as Development Partner, when I speak to my clients. It is also a question those new to our services like to ask to [...]

14 04, 2016

Is Face to Face Learning Dying a Death?

“Vulnerable”, “Exposed” and “Full of Fear” – all words by delegates on a recent course - expressed in response to their trainer’s first question of the day. The question asked was: “What feelings does the thought of giving a presentation evoke within you?” “What a difference a day can make”, “I have never been given [...]

26 02, 2016

Hang On To Your Women!

Organisations and individuals across the globe will be celebrating and taking action towards the pledge for global gender parity (taking a stance for gender equality to you and me) to mark International Women’s Day (Tuesday 8th March). It’s therefore no surprise that at OnTrack, we find that the empowerment and development of women is an [...]