Founder and managing director, Ranjit Sidhu, set up ChangeQuest in 2005 to help individuals and organisations achieve the right balance between project management process and the people skills needed to manage change in an agile and adaptive way.

Today we’re proud to say that we have built a great team and a strong track record of success as a professional development specialist. We work with organisations right across the world, helping them manage all aspects of change and project management, through professional training, coaching and consultancy.

We are small in size, but large in experience, and passionate about helping people and organisations grow and develop to make breakthroughs and move forward on their journey.

We aim to ensure that each interaction with our clients, makes them feel taken care of, in the way that we would like to be treated ourselves.

We appreciate that each person and organisation carries a unique blend of challenges and opportunities. We won’t charge in with preconceived ideas or prescriptive solutions that don’t fit – we’ll work with you and your teams to identify where you are, and how best we can support you.

Our clients say that they value our professionalism and integrity, and feel ‘taken care of’, confident that we can unravel and handle whatever comes up’.

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Meet the team

All our team members are carefully selected for their expertise and wealth of real-world experience – essential to deliver ChangeQuest’s experiential approach to learning and development. Our standards are high, and our team is exceptional.

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About Ranjit

Ranjit Sidhu
Managing Director

https://uk.linkedin.com/in/ranjitsidhu

Ranjit is a recognised authority on change management and behavioural skills. She is one of four experts that compiled the Change Management Institute’s first Change Management Body of Knowledge (CMBoK), and she authored the ‘Communication and Engagement’ chapter for The Effective Change Manager’s Handbook, published by Kogan Page.

A certified trainer of NLP, she contributed the NLP chapter for the Gower Handbook of People in Project Management. Her book, Titanic Lessons in Project Leadership uses that tragic case study to highlight guidelines for effective communication and team building, and is the accompanying text for ChangeQuest’s Project Leadership course.

Ranjit is an accredited trainer for APMG-International’s Change Management, AgilePM, and Facilitation qualifications, and the AXELOS PRINCE2® certification. She is a certified SCRUM Master, a coach and certified trainer of NLP, and an Assessor for the APM Practitioner. Her practical experience spans Europe, North America and Africa.