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What does it really mean to be a democratic business?

NixonMcInnes is one of the top democratic companies in the world, r...

Why conduct risk means big culture change for banks

Conduct risk is the latest buzzword in banking. Although there is n...

Church of Fail LIVE at One Church, Brighton

I'm proud and super excited to announce that the Church of Fail...

Key themes from NM strategy roundtable

Our latest roundtable event* convened a group of attendees from the...

Change and collaboration in the banking sector – what’s working?

The banking industry is going through a period of change. One senio...

Training empathy in business: your chance to learn

Following on from our own work at NixonMcInnes, we're offering trai...

Financial services social media conf – themes & takeouts

Last week Tom Nixon and I attended the 2014 Financial Services Soci...

Reconnecting to purpose in 300 Seconds

Last night I spoke at 300 Seconds Brighton - an event to empower mo...

Kaospilots masterclass: the art and craft of facilitating learning spaces

Last week I attended a 3 day masterclass at the Kaospilots busine...

Why mindfulness matters: the business case for mindfulness at work

You might have noticed that mindfulness has hit the mainstream....

8 ways to spot a collaborative organisation

Ask what a collaborative organisation looks like and people often t...

We’re hiring: Change consultant at NixonMcInnes

I'm feeling excited to share that we need new people, as part o...