Cheeky Monkey

A boutique change management consultancy that has consistently punched above its weight.

I didn't create Cheeky Monkey to build a business, it was to make a statement that change could be delivered in a better way. I thought we would attract a niche following, we didn't, we had a corporate following from day one. In 2004 companies didn't have crazy names like "Cheeky Monkey" in fact, clients (and a particular PR company) begged me to change the name. They didn't get it; it was the ultimate filtering process, if you didn't like the name, you wouldn't like working with us.

Cheeky Monkey Timeline

2004

The first monkey is born

Cheeky Monkey – original logo

2005

Project Summit

Cheeky Monkey – a project of firsts

2006

Cheeky Monkey starts to grow

Cheeky Monkey starts to grow

2007

Our method is published

Cheeky Monkey – the way of the monkey

2008

Win creative award for new website

Cheeky Monkey – award winning website

2009

Cheeky Monkey deliver first global PLM project in the CPG sector

PLM – how we made it happen, simply

2010

PLM Made Simple method published

PLM Made Simple method published

2011

Cheeky Monkey team peaks

Cheeky Monkey team peaks

2012 – 2014

Cheeky Monkey creates licence agreement

Cheeky Monkey creates licence agreement

2015

Nina studies Executive Business Coaching with Psychology Distilled

2016

Nina Launches personal brand ninadar.com

Cheeky Monkey remains company name

Nina Launches personal brand ninadar.com
Transform Your Business (99 Steps To Achieve Success), by Nina Dar

Business transformation is about joining the dots. It’s knowing what you want your business to achieve tomorrow while being honest about what it’s achieving today. It’s a map that everyone in the business can read, so they can see what they are accountable for and what the rules are that dictate if they have got there or not. It’s science and magic.

“It was great to get talking about our business in a way which will shape our future in a positive and productive way.”
Nick Farrimond – Director, Seal Films

Nick Farrimond – Director, Seal Films

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There are a lot of psychological factors that come into play when delivering change; trust, confidence and the most basic but most important; can we work together? Does that chemistry exist between us to deliver what you need? There is only one way to find out.

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