I'm an independent strategist, mental health advocate and tinkerer.
I help businesses like LEGO, Alva, Klarna, P&G and Accenture figure out what to do next.
I founded this award winning project supporting the mental health of the self-employed in 2017. Since then, we’ve helped over 70,000 people.
I designed and built this platform which helps people explore and communication how to work better together.
What if, instead of treating each person who left as persona non grata, we embraced what they want to do next, and actively supported it?
We’re building a boiler plate on-boarding document which you can copy and repurpose for your own business. What are the key aspects you need to consider in yours?
Being Freelance Friendly includes helping freelancers onboard and get to doing good work quickly — and communication your organisational culture and ways of working upfront is a powerful tool to support this.
As teams increasingly move towards more diverse groups, combining on-site and remote, full-time, part-time and freelancers, or with many businesses, especially in the creative sector, building their teams from almost exclusively freelance talent, what responsibility and investment is being put into your non-employees?
i'm also a dad of two, coffee nerd, bad programmer, good listener, i can't keep houseplants alive, eat too much ice cream, and my favourite smell is basil.Read my Manual of Me
30 minutes to chat about anything you'd like.
Inspired by Dave Smyth's post, and feeling a the lack of serendipity, I've opened up my calendar to people who want to pop in and say hello.
No agenda, no structure, no aim - just wanting to connect.