A newly re-built school, Ukhubari


The e2e Challenge 17 aims to generate essential funds for YYY Foundation, a UK registered charity dedicated to bringing relief to earthquake victims in Nepal. In the time since YYY Foundation started raising money, immediately after the earthquakes in Nepal back in April 2015, they have raised a fantastic total of almost £35,000. Most of this […]


Lessons in Leadership: Part 2

Beyond building the physical structure of an organisation, leadership moulds a team’s personality. Leadership training can go a long way towards shaping elements of this personality, in a way that enables managers and bosses to develop a style that suits them. In the following blog, we consider how listening, proactivity and balance are integral to […]


Dave Shephard Reflects on the Swimhalers’ Channel Swim

In August 2016, David Shephard and Phil Couch – aka the Swimhalers – made an attempt to swim the English Channel. Sharing the swimming responsibilities, the experienced endurance swimmers made great progress, but within agonising proximity of their destination bad weather forced them to pull the plug on the challenge. Now that the disappointment of […]


Attributes of a Great Leader

True leadership is very difficult unless those making the decisions are wholly committed to their goals. Leaders also need passion and intelligence to tap into behaviours that will command respect and get other people engaged; the best bosses recognise that bringing new faces into the equation is crucial to strategy that will enable sound decision-making. The […]