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A million voices, telling the story of your university

Stories are the foundations of our individual and collective narratives

Working in partnership to develop the University’s Teaching Excellence narrative

A case study with Sheffield Hallam University

The power of narrative in Higher Education

Using creative leadership and communication techniques, we help universities and their people align purpose, vision and narrative to realise their ambitions. We understand the risk, excitement, uncertainty and fun that go with professional development that transforms.

We can help your talent to shine. We’ll work with you to build your organisation’s capacity to engage your audiences. To communicate what makes you distinctive; a leader and pathfinder. To make the invisible visible.

What do they say?

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  • Friday G&T

    Friday G&T

    Discover your Friday G&T (Gift & Tonic); a short piece of writing to spark a moment of creativity or create a minute of stillness. Published every Friday, these pieces are here to give your week a …Read More »
  • A million voices, telling the story of your university

    A million voices, telling the story of your university

    Within and beyond our university walls there are thousands of stories. These are the foundations of our individual and collective narratives. They are the key to help us understand how to connect better with each …Read More »
  • The power of not knowing

    The power of not knowing

    How confident are you to say that you don’t have the answer? Not knowing is powerful. It encourages us to question, rather than assume. It enables us to share expertise and promises collective enquiry. This is why …Read More »
  • Why teaching and learning needs a narrative

    Why teaching and learning needs a narrative

    Teaching and learning are integral to the wider student experience, but without a clear vision and narrative these activities can feel disjointed for those that lead and live them. Graham Holden examines how we can …Read More »