The Evening Standard newspaper asked me to write a short guide for people wanting to communicate better at work. Continue reading Top 6 rules for office communication
The serial social entrepreneur, Sophie Howarth, worked with me when she was launching a new business Continue reading Making everyday objects to change people’s lives
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Innocent put on an evening of talks with well known creative people.
The event was open to members of the public, and created an opportunity for Continue reading Where do great ideas come from?
Aviva wanted to encourage young people to plan for their future Continue reading Can you guess what your future holds?
I was working with a bank. They wanted to do something unusual at the Annual General Meeting: make it genuinely interesting and challenging Continue reading Not a typical bank AGM
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Triodos Bank wanted to show how individual savers help to fund organisations that make a difference Continue reading Can Finance Have A Positive Impact?