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In conversation with... Karin Tenelius, co-founder, Tuff Leadership Training

Why creating simple, open, honest dialogue is essential to teams going through big change, like redefining their purpose and identity.

Identity & culture
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In conversation with… Jane Petit, CEO, Foothold

As demand for support surges amid the coronavirus crisis, is it time for benevolent funds to rethink their purpose? We speak to Foothold CEO Jane Petit.

Identity & culture
Neo's Kelly Smith in Kingley Vale woods, South Downs National Park

We need our forests more than ever, and they need us

As we celebrate World Forests Day, we reflect on what forests mean to us, our organisation and the rest of the world – and why it's more important than ever to protect them.  

Winning hearts and minds must start from within charities – brand and culture – Neo Winning hearts and minds must start from within charities – brand and culture – Neo

Want to change hearts and minds? Start with your own

A brand story is much stronger if it rings true within the organisation. So, if you want to connect better with your supporters, dare to start with yourselves.


The eight principles of successful optimism

Inspired by Meaning 2017, we explore eight ideas on practical positivity – and measure ourselves against them.


Why pitching won't help you find the right partner

If we want our working partnerships to be truly rewarding, we need to rethink how they begin.

Ways of working

How to create purposeful, lasting partnerships

Relationships are a big part of our work. Only with trust, openness and true collaboration can we begin to find what matters – then make it matter more.

Ways of working

Social Value - Are we 'buying' it?

Our #giveitback campaign journey is proving as tricky as expected, which got us thinking about social value and the way companies share it with consumers - should we, as consumers, be more vocal about what we want to know about the things we choose to buy?

The World We Made book and Johnathan Poritt

The World We Made by Jonathon Porritt

If 2050 looks anything like the world set out in Jonathon Porritt’s The World We Made then we’ll be lucky humans indeed.

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Shhh, don’t mention the ‘S’ word

Lessons from the Sustainability Communications Forum.


A brave new world

Hayley's thoughts on joining the Neo team.

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