Author Archives: Changing Cultures

5 Top Tips To Make Information Interesting

So you’ve got a roomful of people in front of you, whether or not they want to be, and you have some information to pass on that you really want them to take on board – whether it’s an internal … Continue reading

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Case study: Learning Programmes – Understanding Your Practice

The Creative Partners in Learning programme was designed to train artists to work in schools as part of the government’s ‘Creative Partnerships’ scheme. This commission focused on up-skilling a workforce – who were already familiar with, and experienced in, educational … Continue reading

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WE NEED YOU !

you know that changing cultures are always looking to push paradigms and challenge habitual behaviours – including our own –  so our creative brains are currently exploring those ‘out of the box’ territories to  re-invent, re-inform and re-invigorate – the meeting table and as … Continue reading

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Cultivating Culture, Cultivating Leadership

On Tuesday 18th March I gave a presentation on a pilot I have been leading on for Birmingham City Council at an event titled Cultivating Culture. Before I get into the event and the presentation I want to say something … Continue reading

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ENGAGE ABC

One of the things that makes being part of changing cultures so exciting – and, we believe, so innovative – is how our beliefs and values drive our business model. We started discussing what our main focus might be for this year’s … Continue reading

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Confidence Trick

I’m not much of a one for televisual competitions, but I do watch ‘Masterchef, The Professionals’ – in no small part for the fabulous facial expressions of Michel Roux – and occasionally, ‘Strictly . . ‘. In these and others … Continue reading

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Case study: Creative Pie

Creative Enterprise is a support initiative, part funded by the ERDF, aimed at creative graduates, new enterprises and established businesses based within the West Midlands.  As part of their offer they hold an annual conference with speakers and subjects from … Continue reading

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The Art of Collaboration

It doesn’t seem possible that a month has passed since Nikky and I delivered our keynote speech about collaboration at Creative Pie, but it has.

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Case study: Brooke School

Brooke School is a learning community that provides quality learning experiences for children with a wide range of individual needs from 2 to 19 year olds. changing cultures have been involved with the school on a variety of projects over … Continue reading

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Case study: Vistage UK Ltd

Since 1957, Vistage has been improving the effectiveness and enhancing the lives of business leaders by bringing together successful MDs, CEOs, executives and business owners into private advisory groups. In a Vistage group, about a dozen executives meet once a … Continue reading

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