I recently agreed to write a ‘Readers Lives’ column for the Journal’s Culture magazine. This is a kind of literary equivalent of Desert Island Discs – 6 books that have been important to you in your life. Sounds like fun, … Continue Reading →
We worked with Mark on our organisational development planning and on consultations with staff around company change. He was a critical friend to me as we thought through the changes that would strengthen the organisation. Mark brings both theoretical knowledge and years of practical experience of working in and with the cultural sector, and understands the perspectives of stakeholders. But what enhances the experience of working with him the most is his interpersonal skills and his ability to support thinking and to coach change through a considered mix of challenge and support. I always felt working with Mark that I was learning whilst I was working which really adds value to the experience.
Claire Malcolm, Cheif Executive, New Writing North
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