Principles of Work
These principles are things you can expect of me when we work together, you may wish to reciprocate some of them. They are not set in stone, I make small adjustments as time goes by. Here is where I currently am on this journey.
Who is Doug Shaw?
I am the Founder of the consultancy practice, What Goes Around. Prior to setting up this business in 2009 I worked in a global role for one of the UK’s largest employers – firstly in sales, then in their sustainability practice before moving to lead change management and employee engagement. Now, I help people make work better.
I advise a wide range of businesses and business leaders on how to make work more effective, productive and enjoyable through smarter, more collaborative work practices. I speak at conferences all over the world, write for a number of publications and I’m recognised by Huffington Post as the UK’s top expert on social HR in 2013.
I’m fascinated by people’s inherent creative abilities, and I love working to make it easier for people to unleash their creativity, and to bring the best of themselves to work.
Connecting people and establishing a sense of community is a vital part of my work. My clients tell me that working with me is invigorating, and they like the way I help to unlock the knowledge in their people, and encourage them to do things differently.
People typically hire me for one or more of the following things: Facilitation (particularly large groups), Collaboration, Culture Change, Organisational Development, Creativity, Listening, Community Development, Blogging, International Public Speaking.
I frequently work with a few trusted partners in order to offer clients access to a wider range of collaborative, creative experiences.
Who is Meg Peppin?
Meg is an experienced Organisational Development consultant, helping clients across all sectors to develop constructive behaviours at an individual, team and organisational level. Skilled at engaging with staff at all levels, she has a proven track record of facilitating meaningful discussions about culture and business-wide organisational performance that achieve real results.
Positive, intuitive and warm, Meg’s style allows people to learn and accept a challenge to established ways of thinking. She enables the addressing of difficult issues and creates environments where others can be open and honest. Meg is committed to her own development and shares her current learning and thinking with her clients and colleagues.
Meg is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development and has an MSc in Human Resources and Organisational Consulting.
Who is Richard Martin?
Richard Martin is a freelance writer and editor. He is the co-author of The Neo-Generalist: Where You Go is Who You Are (LID, 2016), which explores the value of multidisciplinarity. His other publications include Mean Streets and Raging Bulls (Scarecrow Press, 1997), about the evolution of film noir in the context of industrial, social and cultural change. Richard offers an editorial and advisory service, assisting authors with their writing projects from initial idea through to completed manuscript.
Richard has worked in the public, private and nonprofit sectors across a range of industries. These include health, transport, education, publishing and consultancy, as well as involvement in change leadership, knowledge and information management, the digital workplace and research.
He blogs at indalogenesis.com and can be found on Twitter as @IndaloGenesis.