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Why I’m a Member of Here

Why I’m a Member of Here

To celebrate Employee Ownership Day at Here we spoke to two of our team – Tina Livingstone and Jason Willcox – about why they are members of Here.

‘Ordinary Leadership’ – Using creativity and collaboration to explore what it means to care

‘Ordinary Leadership’ – Using creativity and collaboration to explore what it means to care

Tom Bell, a Wellbeing Administrator for the Brighton and Hove Wellbeing Service, reflects on his own sense of ‘ordinary leadership’ and how it enables him, as a non-clinician, to connect with people’s lived experience and create more possibilities for care every day.

A touch on the arm

A touch on the arm

David Gilbert, Patient Director for Sussex MSK Partnership Central, shares his experiences of returning to work after mental health problems

Room for growth: why I like working at Here

Room for growth: why I like working at Here

Sam Williams, Senior Patient Care Advisor in the Croydon Referral and Support Service (CReSS) shares the story of what she likes about working at Here and the opportunities she’s had to grow while she’s been here.

Working with a social enterprise – my best career decision

Working with a social enterprise – my best career decision

Tamsin Bishton works as a freelancer with the Circus team. Here she reflects on what she loves about working with a social enterprise – and the value of the opportunity to work on the things that matter to her.

My Journey at Here

My Journey at Here

Carla Gilfoyle shares her journey and how Here’s unique culture and commitment to Care Unbound helps her to give her best to those we work with and care for.

Why we’re becoming Here

Why we’re becoming Here

Why are we becoming Here? Zoe Nicholson, our co-founder and chief executive, writes a personal view on the reasons why we’re changing our identity.

Self management in action
circus team selfie

Self management in action

Some of our teams at BICS now work as self-managing teams – we hope that they all will in due course. Paul Macauley has written this blog post to share his experience of working in a self managing team at BICS.