Setting the standard: What can social impact measurement learn from feedback?

17th November 2015 Press

In mid October, Bethia McNeil, director for the Centre flew to Washington DC to speak at the…

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Why we need to hear: ‘This politician is for U-turning’

19th October 2015 Press

I’m not saying John McDonnell has got everything right, but moving away from command-and-control politics is not one of his mistakes

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Five ways public leaders can inspire staff and beat the cuts

17th August 2015 Press

Few staff have the skills to meet the challenges posed by austerity, but by changing your organisation you can help to … read more

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Kettles, robins and chickens: the epistemology of feedback

11th August 2015 Press

If we want to promote feedback as an integrated and essential tool in the shed of social impact, ranged above the … read more

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Kids Company’s ‘egalitarian’ model is actually autocracy says ex employee

11th August 2015 Press

Above all I wanted some sense of the benefit that I was bringing…

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It’s official: women over 55 make the best bosses

9th June 2015 Press

Study suggests women in their fifties are the most…

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Proof: Women Over 55 Best Suited For Strategic Leadership

9th June 2015 Press

A few months ago, I wrote a blog post about research that showed…

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PwC: Businesses must tackle strategist shortfall

9th June 2015 Press

Businesses are facing a shortage of strategic thinkers and need to turn their attention to women aged 55 and over, according…

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Gray power: How older women can solve economic problems

9th June 2015 Press

Hillary Clinton, Angela Merkel and Janet Yellen: women close to retirement age…

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PwC research finds women over 55 are best suited for leadership

9th June 2015 Press

Businesses should be appointing more women aged over 55 to leadership roles, according to research from accounting giant PwC…

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