‘Giving Back’ – a response to the need for greater focus for ethical business practice in today’s world.
Giving back is tied in with core principles: to make a real and sustainable difference to people and organisations through the projects we deliver.
Sally supports an international group of patient organisations involved in Pelvic Pain to become an alliance and achieve more together than separately. She does this in a voluntary capacity because she supports their aims and feels that Pelvic Pain is a misunderstood and marginalised area of health care. She also contributes her time to the Cochrane Collaboration as a member of the Agenda and Priority Setting Methods Group, and is a Cochrane Consumer.
David is a Volunteer Mentor for a Bucks/Oxfordshire school mentoring programme. He periodically does fundraising work for the Nasio Trust, and offers either low cost or free Coaching support to a local Hospice charity. David has helped set up and run an active group of like minded people called “An Duir” (heart of oak) that meets every few weeks to talk through their own practice and development/growth and he also helps facilitate a free Coaching practice network.