You may have real insight to your own situation, but don’t know what next steps to take. You can speak to us to discuss it. In the mean time, here are some examples of how we have worked with others to spark your inspiration:
We can help you make relational change a reality.
We can make tools for you
Take full control of the power of relational insight, through bespoke data science and visualisation tools, expertly designed and developed to meet your specific needs.
We can assess your interventions for you
Organisational change and practice improvement is the ultimate aim of what we do. You can concentrate on making those things happen, and we can scaffold an assessment of those efforts for you, so that you can concentrate on what you need to: Improving relationships and seeing to unmet needs.
We acted as specialist advisors in the development and use of a relational audit tool in the review process undertaken with the Care Quality Commission that explored the needs o those who move between health and care services.
Suffolk and Norfolk SCITT
We led a five year longitudinal research study looking at the impact of the initial teacher training provision delivered in the region.
Our subsidiary Relational Schools assessed how a trip to Emu Gully camp influenced the relationships at an Australian school. Students were found to be feeling more connected to students in their class with whom they previously had little engagement, greater recognition of their peers’ skills and qualities and a stronger sense of belonging in the group following the intervention.
We can design and iterate on policy or legislation for you
Sometimes the best impact is through legislative and policy change that scaffolds the change we need to experience the most. We have a long history of success with this, which you are welcome to draw upon as we turn your insight into meaningful action.
Together we wrote Principles of Excellence in Relationships Education to make the newly compulsory Relationships Education curriculum accessible to educators.
We researched the economic cost of family breakdown, and produced a handbook for policy makers on the value of relationships for promoting wellbeing, motivation and opportunity.