Our network

We are proud to work in partnership with our experienced and principled associates:

Anne Augustine
Pamela Candea
Edward Kellow
Alison Trinder

Anne Augustine, organisational consultant
Anne is an accredited and experienced organisational consultant, executive coach and group facilitator with a passion for helping people and organisations put their purpose at the heart of what they do and how they do it. Anne AugustineShe helps clients work with complexity and the human dynamics of organisational life, build systems and work across boundaries, so that teams collaborate, communicate and create with more satisfaction and impact. Her international career spans working in information technology, sustainable development and more recently business psychology. This breadth of experience enables Anne to work across sectoral, organisational, functional and cultural boundaries to help envision, articulate and catalyse opportunities for change. Anne has an MBA from Oxford University, with postgraduate training in business psychology from the Institute of Psychiatry at King’s College London, the Gestalt Centre and the Tavistock Clinic.

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Pamela Candea, facilitator
Pamela Candea is the founding Director of The Surefoot Effect, a Community Interest Company, which supports associate practitioners working with values-based change methods.  She received an award for Social Innovation Pamela Candeafrom The Melting Pot in Edinburgh in 2012 for work with Carbon Conversations and Common Cause.  She is a board member of Living Solutions, a social enterprise which provides training in forestry skills for unemployed young people, and for Transition Stirling, her local community sustainability group.  Her main work is as a facilitator and trainer of facilitators for values-based methods.  She lives in Stirling but grew up in Detroit, Michigan – Detroit gave her resilience and Michigan a deep connection with nature.

Previously she worked in sustainability programmes for Going Carbon Neutral Stirling and Transition Edinburgh University and was the Sustainability Engagement Manager for Edinburgh University.  Carbon Conversations was a valuable tool for her work with these groups, and is central to her work currently.  She completed an MSc in Environmental Architecture in 2011 at the Centre for Alternative Technology winning distinctions for her course work and dissertation: The impact of a values-based change method on the environmental performance of an organisation.

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Edward Kellow, leadership developer

Edward is a highly creative, energetic and outcome focused facilitator and coach, specialising in leadership, communications, and change. He has over twenty years of experience in learning and development, ten of which working internationally at senior level. From 2006-2012, he was Head of Learning and Leadership at LEAD International, the world’s largest not-for-profit leadership and sustainability network. While at LEAD, he designed and delivered global leadership programmes for up to 150 participants in Africa, Asia, Europe, North and South America and China.

In 2012, he designed a course on Sustainable Cities for Rio+20 that won the international public vote for the best learning event. He has also delivered leadership programmes and workshops for many intergovernmental, business and third sector organisations around the world.

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Alison Trinder, trainer
Alison TrinderAlison is a trainer and training provider. She has substantial experience of delivering the award-winning Springboard Development Programme for Women as part of her role at the University of Oxford. She also delivers Springboard for other universities including the University of Southampton, and research organisations such as the Science and Technology Facilities Council, the Medical Research Council, and Diamond Light Source. Women who attend Springboard grow their confidence and skills and are able to increase their positive contributions in both work and personal life.
 
Alison also designs and provides training for research scientists at the University of Oxford. She has an excellent understanding of the challenges that researchers face, and the kind of interventions that will support them in reaching their potential.