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We can all remember times when companies have got it badly wrong. As social media continues to become the essential medium through which organisations engage with the public, social media blunders have become all too frequent. Not every company error makes headline news and, if it does, itâ€™s often forgotten about amidst the next dayâ€™sRead More
This article was written by David McPhee and originally appeared in Positively Scottish in May 2017 Isolated. Cut-off. Islands. These are just a few of the new buzz words used to describe people who, often through no fault of their own, become disconnected from mainstream society. If the isolation lasts long enough, they can becomeRead More
I am passionate about the potential of people and communities to create lasting positive change. I wouldnâ€™t be able to do the work I do â€“ as chief executive of Inspiring Scotland and as an active member of several community and social advisory groups â€“ if I didnâ€™t believe it wholeheartedly. Over the last fewRead More
Inspiring Scotlandâ€™s Pro Bono team has been working with J.P. Morgan over the last two years. Through its Force for Good program, J.P. Morgan provides, on a pro bono basis, expertise in innovative technology to local charitable organisations. The bankâ€™s Force for Good initiative leverages the power of technology and people to inspire change, fosterRead More
Pro Bono supporter Catherine Alexander, has over thirty-five yearsâ€™ experience in banking and financial services, having worked with private clients, institutional clients, insured defined contribution pension scheme clients and insurance company clients. Most recently Catherine worked with Aegon Asset Management / Kames Capital where she was she was Head of Client Service before joining InspiringRead More
From board rooms to community halls, volunteers are the backbone of our thriving third sector.Â National Volunteers Week (1 -8th June) is shining a spotlight on the extraordinary commitment of the 12 million volunteers who give their time and experience to charities across the country every week. It is an opportunity for those of usRead More
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