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Uncommon Principles

"'We sure shook that bridge,' the mouse said to the elephant after they had crossed the bridge."


We pride ourselves on our innovation and ability to offer a flexible and personalised service. Our offerings can be tailored to your situation and needs, taking you through an entire initiative or picking up at virtually any point along the way. We can be as visible or invisible as you wish.

We seek to be involved with clients from the initial project inception, listening closely to requirements, then sharing our knowledge and expertise. By working together closely on a solution, and using the most advanced technologies and innovative ideas, we can ensure your project runs smoothly.

Our aim is to provide you with relevant solutions, valid robust tools, and a first class service to match, thereby enabling you to have the relevant skill set and competencies to meet your personal or corporate objectives.

Key benefits of working with Uncommon :

We aim to bring the following key principles to our working relationship with you:-

We aim to provide the highest quality service available anywhere and we use the Kaizen principle of continuous small improvements to ensure that you enjoy the best possible service experience.

We respect your integrity, individuality and the fact that you know ‘you’ and your business better than we do. We value the wealth of life experiences and skills that you bring and we view each interaction as an opportunity for us to all learn from each other.

Innovation and Creativity
In line with the creative and innovative roots of all successful organisations that manage the ‘change’ process, we aim to continually ‘push the envelope’ – by questioning our approach to developing solutions to your challenges, and keeping our solutions fresh and vital and ensuring that their effectiveness is therefore maximised.

Our workshops and longer courses address all levels of personality. Instead of simply telling you about techniques we provide experiences that enable you to learn at the conscious and unconscious level. And as we emphasise learning-through-discovery you learn from your experiences, through discussions and through interacting with the facilitator/trainer and other participants.

We want to Impress You
There’s a story about a woman who had, on successive evenings dined with the famous British adversarial politicians Disraeli and Gladstone. Asked about her impressions of dining with these two great men she replied "When I left the dining room after sitting next to Mr Gladstone I thought he was the cleverest man in England. But after sitting with Mr Disraeli I thought I was the cleverest woman."

We want you to leave us very impressed…with yourself, your abilities and your own potential.