An unusual mix

I haven’t had a conventional career. But if you’re helping others to break down barriers, it’s good to have spanned a few boundaries yourself:

organisations: NHS, voluntary and community organisations, charities and co-ops,  local partnerships, networks, central government, national agencies,  self-employed contractor,

disciplines and activities: organisation and leadership development; coaching, mentoring, facilitation and group work;  service evaluation and improvement; knowledge and information management; communications, marketing and stakeholder engagement; strategy development; project and programme management; street theatre, game method

roles: senior manager, consultant, critical friend, presenter and facilitator, mentor, team and project leader, line manager, volunteer, enabler,  trainer, researcher, writer, broadcaster, editor, knowledge manager, webmaster, interpreter; parent and carer, school governor.

contexts: NHS and joint commissioning, health and service improvement, asylum and legal advice, older people, children’s disability, mental health,  youth and community work, community arts, volunteering,  third sector infrastructure, adult education, evaluation, funding development

geographies: national, regional, district, neighbourhood, international; Armley, Bradford, Cusco, Kentish Town, Leeds, London, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Seacroft, South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire…

if you want more details please download My CV or view my LinkedIn profile.