Learning for Good is about effective learning for good causes, and business support for social change

Learning for Good works primarily with organisations whose purpose is public service, health care, education, humanitarian work, community development, or campaigning against injustice and poverty. We offer realistic, sensible, jargon-free advice and support to improve how people work together.

Are you looking for ways of helping people deal with retrenchment, restructuring and new ways of working? Do you have teams of people who are struggling with conflict? Or are you part of a community group working across boundaries to achieve social change?

Learning for Good is directed by Rebecca Nestor, a facilitator and leadership developer with experience of the realities of management and leadership in higher education and the public sector. See Rebecca’s CV. To support you in your aims, Learning for Good can bring:

  • insight and perceptiveness – understanding people’s motivation, organisational challenges and solutions
  • flexibility – from strategic HR to individual coaching and support to business planning
  • twenty years’ senior experience of professional learning and development and equality and diversity management in a leading university and the public sector
  • voluntary sector experience – trustee work, volunteer management
  • qualifications – MBA, FCIPD and training in the psychology of people at work
  • a reliable network of associates with similar levels of experience and expertise

What we offer

Support for community groups
We can work alongside you to create high-performing teams and help you with strategic planning.

Employee engagement for sustainability
Courses and community-building to achieve lasting behaviour change.

Values-based management and leadership development
From programme design and delivery to individual workshops.

Support for individuals and teams
Mentoring, coaching; team awaydays and strategic planning sessions.

Practical equality strategies
Selection for diversity, addressing unconscious bias and women into leadership.