Anna Wildman specialises in performance management skills. Using her experience gained over thirty years working with global corporations, she delivers practical workshops that help leaders and managers to hold quality performance conversations. She developed the CEDAR feedback model now being used in over one hundred countries.
Her book 'Oil in the Engine: How to lead great conversations at work' will be published in early 2019.
Experience: Anna has personally facilitated audiences in more than 40 countries including the US, UK, China, Brazil, India, Japan, Poland, Russia, the UAE and Spain. Her former in-house positions include Global Director of Learning and Development for KPMG, where she led the design and implementation of the global core skills curriculum for 140,000 people across more than 140 countries. She has consulted to a large number of international organisations including Morgan Stanley, Standard Chartered Bank, Invesco, CSC and Best Western Hotels.
Other experience: Her previous experience includes five years in the KPMG China practice, where she was responsible for partner management skills training, and management roles with Cathay Pacific Airways and Edgecumbe Consulting. During her time with the Royal Navy she served as a staff officer in Hong Kong, in Portsmouth Operations Room during the Falklands war and was an inaugural member of the PR branch supporting media communications. Anna also worked as a leader for Operation Raleigh, a not-for-profit organisation supporting diverse groups of young people to contribute to sustainable development projects and undertake adventurous experiences.
Feedback from recent workshops
'Excellent trainer. This training should be a ‘must’ for all performance managers'
'Extremely valuable especially skills for giving high-impact real-time feedback'
'Great presenter with heaps of experience armed with helpful/relevant war stories'
'Fantastic communicator and provided great examples to pick up from'.
'Anna is an amazing facilitator'
'A great professional'