For over 25 years, Simon Bailey has been an expert business advisor, trainer and facilitator, as well as senior executive roles across diverse industries.
He has widely been recognised as a specialist in organisational optimization and restructure – getting the best out of people and organisations in a sustainable fashion. This has involved turning organisations that have slowed down or collapsed to their former glory and, on other occasions, gaining the full synergies from an acquisition path. It has included corporatisation of public sector entities, creating hybrid public/private sector collaborations and breaking rigid thinking down to allow for creative strategy to flow.
Simon has a wealth of experience and a natural way of communicating it - so that others can really use the knowledge imparted. Facilitation and negotiation are at the core of his skills and experience working with all levels of management and operations makes the outcomes he works with clients to achieve both practical and credible. Importantly, Simon’s focus is on transferring knowledge and the skills necessary to ongoing self-management, rather than continuing to offer advisory services once a project is complete.
Simon prides himself on the fact that no client has ever worked with him only once. He is results-focused, a great communicator and easy to work with. Ultimately he is about achieving the impossible, or achieving the possible more easily and more cost-effectively.
Client Comments for Simon Bailey
Simon Bailey travels from Victoria Australia
- Everyone really liked the session and feedback was good.
"I would highly recommend Saxton to any organisation."
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"I dream of a company where people come to work every day in a rush to try something they woke up thinking about the night before. We want them to go home from work wanting to talk about what they did that day, rather than trying to forget it. We want factories where the whistle blows and everybody wonders where the time went, and then somebody suddenly wonders aloud why we need a whistle. We want a company where people find a better way, everyday, of doing things, and where by shaping their own work experience, they make their lives better and their company the best."
Jack Welch, CEO, General Electric.