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Interfacio launches inTeams

Interfacio launches inTeams
Interfacio's director of business development, Isabelle Wear

Interfacio launches inTeams

Specialist global recruitment consultancy Interfacio has recently launched a new initiative named inTeams as part of its drive to offer further support and guidance to clients and candidates.

“It is clear that the pandemic has created an uncertainty in everybody’s mind and re-energising is required,” explained director of business development, Isabelle Wear. “inTeams reflects and offers complementary services focusing on personal development, coaching, mentoring and team building.”

The inTeams programme incorporates three elements: a focus on team performance (Perform), individual leadership and management coaching (Elevate) and personal career focusing (Align). Talking specifically about the Align programme, Wear continued: “While much of our focus is about helping companies build their teams and find and secure new talent, we understand that sadly, in some cases, businesses are currently being forced to consider downsizing and this means that good people are being let go. Align is designed to support these individuals and can be commissioned by businesses as part of a redundancy support package being provided to those individuals.”

The feedback has already been highly positive with one recent candidate stating: “I have built a day-to-day mental tool-kit, I am a far more effective communicator and I have a much deeper understanding of how to motivate myself and others. Isabelle was instrumental in helping me transform an extremely challenging time into a hugely positive experience.”

Wear can be contacted This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or via the Interfacio website for more information. “We believe that our offering in this area is quite unique and includes our own particular insight and understanding of the industry sector, channels and culture that the people we are working with know and love,” she added, “so we are particularly well placed to deliver a support programme which is relevant, personal and effective.”

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