Our stress management workshop helps volunteers and diverse students work together to identify & develop strategies for stress whilst doing social good.
Talent talks: What the Grenfell Tower tragedy can tell us about the state of corporate diversity and inclusion
When the Grenfell Tower tragedy occurred, I felt devastated. That’s where I am from, that’s my community. However, I was knocked sideways when the next day, I went into my corporate workplace and someone said ‘Surely they must have home insurance?’
Having data will give you the confidence to switch off initiatives that aren’t having an impact. You’ll also spot things that might be working. With the data behind you, you’ll be able to keep these conversations evidence-based and action focussed.
As our 4th Invest for Success programme concludes, students talk about the impact on their employability skills
If you were given £100,000 to build and manage an investment portfolio, how well would it perform after six months? We conclude another fantastic Invest for Success CSR programme, with 100% of students stating that their employability skills have risen.
This month we wrap up our successful coaching programme with GSK and launch our new adventure – GSK Unlocked.
On February 6th 2019, Arrival Education & Skanska celebrated the completion of the ninth cohort of our Leading with Purpose Coaching Programme.
Back in April 2018, 15 Coaches from Kerry Foods and 15 Students from Arrival Education’s Arrival Network – drawn from London, the Midlands, Manchester and Dublin – started on our 9 months Coaching with Purpose Programme.
This month saw participants from Skanska UK reach the midpoint of their Inclusive Coaching Skills development programme, which runs over 9 months and was launched earlier this year. This is Skanska UK’s 9th Cohort of participants on this programme which sees them...
Catching up with Michelle, our volunteer coach on developing herself and others through the Access Network.
We caught up with Michelle Manuel, Investec employee and participant on the Arrival Education 9-month coaching programme about her time as a coach.
Christina was involved with Arrival Education’s access and coaching programmes throughout school, university and once she entered the working world.
Director / Co Founder
Although I started my career in marketing at Unilever, my great passion is enabling diverse young talent and our corporate partners to see beyond superficial differences and connect in ways that transforms everyone involved. Whatever age, or stage of life, whether 1-to-1, or in a group, it is such a privilege to enable people to overcome barriers, see new possibilities and produce results that they didn’t think were possible.
Director / Co Founder
I was born in Scotland, grew up in the Lake District and moved to London in 1991. After obtaining a degree, I worked, after a fashion, at Thomson Reuters, among other businesses. I am immensely proud of what Arrival Education has achieved, the team and their impact on the talent and on the leaders of business in the last decade. Currently, my central focus is leadership, strategy and sales.