The latest insights on narrative, storytelling and leadership in higher education.

Bespoke programmes

We help you unlock your vision. To tell your story. To connect others to your purpose.

Bespoke programmes Working in partnership with you, we design and deliver unique, creative projects that meet your challenges, opportunities and ambitions.

From nurturing individual, team or departmental narratives, to bigger, broader institutional strategy development, we use a blend of leadership and communication techniques that build shared visions, galvanise people to action and create communities of practice that own and lead the narrative.

Our small, expert team work across these four key areas. However, all our work is tailored to the needs and context which meet your unique brief.

If you would like to discuss a project please contact us.

Case studies and testimonials

Since we launched in May 2017, we’ve worked with over 1,600 people at nearly 50 different institutions. Here’s just a small sample of the some of the projects we’ve worked in partnership with universities on.

What do they say?

How we work

Working alongside you, we start by understanding the nature of your challenge. Using this as a framework, we explore how it fits in with the whole picture – your people, culture and context – to create a programme that is specific and meaningful to everyone who will be involved.

We seek to be creative and bring fresh ideas to professional development. Examples of techniques we use might include collaborative inquiry, facilitated conversations, reflection and feedback, writing tasks and one to one coaching. We use these and others to create a tangible vision for your aspirations, taking into account the practicalities of your timeframe, budget and context.

Each project we create is tailored to you and your environment. Our work with you is shaped by our values and philosophy, and we will always keep your confidence and respect your institutional integrity.

Contact us

If you would like to talk to us about a project in mind and find out how we can help, please contact Paul Gentle, Academic Director: