Who we are, what we do and why.
Our purpose is to empower people to lead with respect and integrity; to be accountable academic and global citizens. We work in partnership with you to develop courageous interventions, to connect people, ideas and communities to build a better world. Unlocking the values, stories and humanity that bring people together and enable all to lead to their full potential.
Working in the UK and internationally since 2017, we’ve begun to unlock distinctive and brilliant professional stories: from teams discovering their collective narratives, to developing unique, game-changing institutional strategies. We build capacity and create connections between people, their purpose and the positive impact this has for wider society.
Our team is a growing, intergenerational family. It’s our ambition to help create a global higher education sector that is more sustainable and collaborative – where its people work together more freely, communicate more easily and depend upon one another more readily.
Our charitable partner
We’re proud to partner with the Refugee Support Network, a charity which supports refugee and asylum-seeking children and young people to build more hopeful futures through education. When you work with us, you’ll be supporting the RSN too. Through our partnership, we donate 10% of our profits, share the charity’s mission, contribute our expertise wherever we can help, and open connections to our networks.
Our partnership is founded on our shared belief that education has the potential to change lives and the world around us for good, and that every person deserves the same, equal, opportunities to access it.
Building a better world: Our philosophy
Our philosophy is the framework to everything that we do: from our commitments to working sustainably, to how we design our projects and the way we work together to bring out the best in each other. This is our philosophy.
Meet the team
We are proud to be an intergenerational team of experts. Everyone leads, everyone is equal, and everyone contributes to the conversation of what we do and how we do it.