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Relationship Makers Blog

Relationship Makers Blog

In this blog post, Immy reflects on our first Relationship Makers programme delivered in partnership with Power to Change. Bringing together a cohort of community businesses over the course of 8 weeks, we connected, reflected and provided one an other with some balm for the chaos that was 2020.

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Relationships are Everything

Relationships are Everything

In brief Enrol Yourself takes a relationship-centred approach to lifelong learning, connecting adults into peer groups that help each individual...

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Collection from Swansea – Spirit of Lockdown #5

Collection from Swansea – Spirit of Lockdown #5

As part of our open call to Share your Story, we received this #SpiritOfLockdown collection from the Local Area Coordinators in Swansea. These seven people tell us about their experience and their journeys of the past turbulent year.

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Good Business – Heatmap in Action

Good Business – Heatmap in Action

We know as a business that relationships are important to us and drive much of our work. We were excited to use the Relationships Heatmap tool to help us focus on relationships, and give us space and scaffolding to structure our thinking.

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Carnegie Trust UK – Heatmap in Action

Carnegie Trust UK – Heatmap in Action

In our work on kindness and flourishing towns, we’ve thought a lot about how we create the conditions for relationships in communities. We were interested to use the Heatmap to see how it works and what we could learn about our relationships with a much broader network of people and organisations.

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Enrol Yourself: Heatmap in Action

Enrol Yourself: Heatmap in Action

Having collaborated with The Relationships Project to create the Heatmap tool, we were excited to try out the Heatmap tool ourselves, and see whether there are any levers we could pull on further to strengthen our approach to relationships.

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