Interview

13 Jan
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The collapse of Kids Company underlined the importance of ensuring that ‘groupthink’ doesn’t pervade charity boards and that trustees are sufficiently diverse to provide effective challenge. But what does diversity really mean, and how can charities achieve it? TANIA MASON reports. The recent Parker Review of ethnic diversity on private sector boards highlighted that just 8 per cent of...
We are in the process of writing our retail whitepaper entitled 'The DNA of the future retail Chief Executive' in partnership with the World Retail Congress which will explore the qualities and traits the CEOs of tomorrow will need to possess in order to thrive.  We recently interviewed Andrew Jennings, Non-Executive Director at Ted Baker to get his thoughts on the challenges facing...
In this month's Charites & Social Enterprise Newsletter we caught up with Susan Munroe, CEO at Freedom From Torture.  Susan was previously Director of the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust, a Director of Nursing and Patient Services at Marie Curie Cancer Care, and worked as a nurse with VSO in Uganda. Tell us a little bit about your career to date. I trained as a nurse in...
Vidhya Alakeson features as our Game Changer in June's issue of the Green Park Charities & Social Enterprise newsletter.  Vidhya is CEO of The Power to Change, an independent charitable Trust set up in 2015 to support, develop and grow community business across England.  The Trust is supported by the Big Lottery Fund to deliver grants and practical support to encourage new...
Don MacIntrye is June's candidate interviewee for our Charities and Social Enterprise newsletter. Don is currently an Interim Director of Marketing and Commercial Development for Find A Future, a small charity which gives young people the opportunity to unlock their potential and inspiring them through hands on activities.  Don has also worked with London's Air Ambulance and Kidzania. 1...
Martyn has over 35 years exerience working in the public sector. For the last 11 of those years Martyn has operated as an Interim Manager/Advisor, he has delivered some significant transformational change programmes for customers in both Adults and Children's Services. Martyn is currently responsible for shaping and delievering transformational change across LAC and Care Leavers at Slough...
This month's Local Government newsletter guest is Robin Porter.  Robin is the Corportate Director of Commercial and Transformation Services at Luton Borough Council and the Chief Operations Officer at London Luton Airport Limited.  Tell us a little bit about your career to date. I’ve been with Luton for seven and a half years and am on my fourth role with them. Prior to the...
13 Apr
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Ian has managed significant high profile multi-channel strategic product launches and transformations for a range of top companies needing immediate efficiencies and profitability improvements. Ian is currently working on a number of assignments including: Group CIO, Highways Agency, here he is responsible for the IT Strategy and delivery. He is also a Partner at HiveMind Network, an...
13 Apr
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Chris Bradford leads the EMEA HR team at Equinix, a company that connects more than 4000 companies directly to their customers and partners inside the world's most networked data centres, containing dynamic ecosystems and the broadest choice of networks. Equinix has presence in 31 markets across the Americas, EMEA and Asia-Pacific. Describe yourself, the organisation and location where you...
Rachell is an award-winning senior marketing and communications professional. Rachel helps businesses establish or re-position their brand, create a marketing strategy or set up in-house marcomms functions. Her pervious work history includes Head of Marketing at BBC Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music and Head of Marketing BBC Radio 5 Live and 5 Live Sports Extra. Tell us a little bit about your...

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