I am a qualified Shared Services Architect with a postgraduate degree in Shared Services from Canterbury Christchurch University. I was presented with my certificate in February 2013 by the MP Brandon Lewis.
It was lovely to meet up with the rest of my cohort and the tutors from Canterbury Christchurch University .
I am looking forward to using the skills I have developed in my consultancy business working with my Shared Service Architect colleagues and helping them to continue to develop their knowledge base.
I will work with you to help you build the solutions that suit you day to day and longer term.
Are you snowed under with paperwork and don’t know where to start?
Imagine how you would feel if I took control of the jobs you hate.
I manage routine administrative tasks for your home or office, freeing you up to run your business, for example:
Updating and maintaining financial records
Updating online databases including HR and contact management
Writing Standard Operating Procedures
Typing and formatting documents
Typing and formatting presentations
Setting up spreadsheets and maintaining them
Setting up administrative systems
If you need consultancy support I have strategic management experience up to Assistant Director level in a Metropolitan Borough.
I offer consultancy, training or mentoring on:
- Shared or co-operative services at the planning, feasibility and option appraisal stages, and developing implementation plans,
- Change and strategic management working with staff and stakeholders to create effective solutions,
- Managing effective library services,
- Information management.
I am also available to run, manage or take part in peer reviews as I am trained by the Local Government Association and have done two library peer reviews. I have organised two peer reviews as a receiving organisation as well as a Best Value inspection while working in Staffordshire.
I can facilitate change and develop effective options for improvement.
I identify opportunities for development, linkages and partnership working, and have regularly managed to translate this into effective service development.