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Consultant Affiliation Programme

ICW is frequently asked to recommend possible external support for implementation that goes beyond the thought leadership and knowledge transfer approaches of the Institute, which are focused on providing advice, guidance and training to support implementation teams. In response to this situation the Institute has initiated a programme to identify those business consultant organisations that have demonstrated an appropriate level of competence and in-depth understanding of the principles, requirements and intent of the new standard together with complimentary activities in support of effective collaboration. At the same time the Consultant Affiliation Programme approach can be seen by consultant organisations to raise awareness of their capabilities across and beyond the ICW network, publicise their experience and enhance their business opportunities whilst supporting the thought leadership and ethos of the institute. It is not the intent of the Institute to make specific recommendations in favour of any particular organisation but will seek to offer a portfolio of those which, in its view based on experience and assessment, can offer a value-based service.

For further details please download the Consultant Affiliation Programme document (.pdf, 427KB)

The Institute for Collaborative Working is pleased to confirm that the following organisations have satisfied the requirements of its Consultant Affiliation Programme:

B2B Partner Performance Management

The scope of services covered under the terms of this affiliation to work alongside the Institute include:

B2B is a collaboration consultancy and training organisation specialising in:

  • Assessing collaborative working capabilities, behaviours and culture
  • Developing collaborative working behaviours and culture
  • Measuring and improving collaboration culture, behaviours and performance


Axon is a group of Business Psychologists who specialise in assessing and building collaborative working between clients and partner organisations. They are experts with a strong track record in Supplier Behavioural Assessment, applying rigorous psychological principles to help clients select partners with the right behaviours and culture. Their approach ensures that clients have a thorough understanding of potential partners' working practices, behaviour and culture and how to best support any potential partners and/or mitigate potential risks.


jcpii is delighted to join the ICW as an Affiliated Consultant Member and believes that together we can make a bigger difference. We share the same passion for collaboration, and are both committed to helping individuals and organisations, in all sectors, to develop and enjoy long term, effective, mutually rewarding business relationships based on collaborative working.

jcpii's purpose is to help those with whom we work to collaborate effectively and seize the benefits that collaboration offers. Collaboration is our specialist and only purpose, and we have been successfully developing, delivering, and supporting collaborative and behavioural change for over 30 years, building on and progressing the work begun by John Carlisle 50 years ago. That includes pioneering and introducing collaborative and behavioural selection in 1996, and the PAA in 2006.

Using our unique Collaborative Behaviour Model and specialist Psychometric Tools we demonstrate how changing minds changes results, and how business relationships and behaviour impact results. We help our clients to develop the understanding, mindset, and skills to create a collaborative culture and relationships both within and across organisations; to repair difficult and damaged relationships; to choose the right partners; and to prepare bidders to succeed in collaborative and behavioural assessments.

Visit the jcpii website for more information

CentralPoint, 45 Beech Street, Barbican, London EC2Y 8AD . Email: . Phone: 0203 691 1530
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