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Whatever your change-process is about, it is people with passion and compassion who touch, awaken trust, move ideas into action and create the new. Next Stop You activates leadership and participation – the heartbeat of every change. Next Stop You is a company of consultants, coaches and trainers who work with leadership, strategy and facilitation.

Repro: The regional process leader program

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Skolutveckling kräver ledarskap och långsiktiga processer

Skolans huvudmän måste utveckla sin styrning med större fokus på de nationella målen. Det slår Skolinspektionen fast i rapporten Huvudmannens styrning av grundskolan 2015. Inspektionen menar att alltför många huvudmän skapar egna visioner och brister i uppföljning av skolans nationella ...

Open up!

Open Up! in action

“OpenUp! In Action” is a program for any organisation which would like to address the issues of diversity within its own workplace.

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