Science Means Business

I was engaged by a large science consortium to help them invest in the enterprise and entrepreneurship skills of their scientist members.  My brief was to design and deliver an interactive, blended entrepreneurship and enterprise programme - - - - A Powerful Mix When STEM (Science . Technology . Engineering . Maths) meets commerce a... Continue Reading →

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Broadening Horizons

I was approached by one of my existing clients to design and deliver three bespoke modules to complement their existing skills development programmes. These modules covered networking, impact strategy and employability - - - - High-skills Adding Value Industry needs the high-skills of postgraduate researchers yet many of them see themselves purely as future academics. ... Continue Reading →

Connecting STEM Businesses

Inspired by my own networking and engagement experiences I set myself the challenge to create a positive wave which connected STEM companies and professionals.  The aim ti create a forum which showcased talent and technology and enabled idea sharing and conversations. TechNite was born - - - - Inspiration All Around It is a fact... Continue Reading →

Leadership Aspirations

I was engaged by the client when they recognised they needed additional external support to help them become the leader they desired.  I was selected because they identified with my background and could see the value of my varied technical, commercial and professional development experience - - - - Moving Beyond Technical Excellence It is... Continue Reading →

Commercially Sustainable

When a science and engineering charity wanted to introduce a new strategic development process the Chief Executive Officer approached me to design and facilitate the first phase of the process. The aim was to enable the team to work together to generate tangible results and kick-start the new strategy process - - - - Commercial... Continue Reading →

Building Bridges

I was approached by a community-interest project when its team's enthusiasm and belief in the project began waning due to disagreements over commercial decisions. My involvement was to help them engage in commercial conversations; enabling them to leave their entrenched position behind and get the project back on track - - - - The Honeymoon... Continue Reading →

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