Martin Grimshaw is a facilitator, trainer and organizational consultant based in the south of England. He works with groups, teams and individuals to help them find better ways of working and living.
Martin is the founder of There’s Better Ways of Working: Tools for a Smarter Planet, where he works with clients in implementing healthier and happier collaboration.
He also co-founded SociocracyUK and DecisionLab, and provides tools for participation, and systems for organizational and planetary… Read More . . . “Martin Grimshaw, England, UK”
Nathaniel Whitestone is a certified sociocratic consultant based in England. He is a Director of the international development consultancy Aptivate in the UK and is a co-founder of Genius Engine, an international management consultancy, and game design firm. He has worked in the area of organizational development and transformation since 1996.
He developed his expertise in supporting personal transformation and creating high-quality relationships over three years of training with shamans in the American Southwest and… Read More . . . “Nathaniel Whitestone, UK”
“Ethical IT for International Development”
Website and software developers providing technical support for international development initiatives by other non-profits, charities, NGOs, facilitators, and trainers. Aptivate provides hosting services and advice on strategy, policy, implementation and procurement and build robust, accessible and usable software, mobile and web services. Specializes in low-bandwidth solutions for the web .
Aptivate believes in the power of knowledge and communication to alleviate poverty, suffering and conflict, and in the right… Read More . . . “Aptivate, Cambridge, England, UK”
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