How we work
We believe that rigorous research + practical insights = more clarity
Success isn’t simply defined by shareholder value anymore. Organisations know they must consider the wider social impact of their work beyond the bottom line, but it can be difficult to know where to start.
Our collaborative process can help our organisational partners move from confusion to clarity.
Investigate - through our rigorous research processes we work to discover and understand your people and your organisation
Learn - we gain clarity through interactive, collaborative workshops where we mix research findings, academic expertise and insights from like-minded practitioners.
Develop – We partner with you to develop and launch sustainable solutions that help you to grow your success and social impact.
Working with us
Expertise - we are a team of leading experts in areas at the intersection of organisational success and social impact including:
- Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
- Green behaviour at work
- Organisational change
- Effective teams
Integrity - poorly conducted, quick research is a waste of money and provides unreliable results. Rigorous reliable research gives you insight you can trust and we were proud to be ranked 9th for research power in REF 2014.
Trust - we want to build long-term relationships with all of our partners. We provide rigorous insights and cutting-edge knowledge, giving you the support and clarity you need to change and grow.
Become a member
We're here to meet you, learn about your organisation and the challenges you're facing.
For more information or any inquiries please contact - Steven Hawkins (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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