I am fortunate to work with inspiring individuals and organisations who work with a ‘Corporate Hippy’ philosophy, and who bring expertise in complementary fields. Together we offer a blended approach and solution to our clients’ challenges, supporting each other and having fun along the way!
Edgewalker Group International
EGI is a collaborative venture founded by Kimberly Hunn. It is a physical and virtual meeting place that offers professionals and entrepreneurs an opportunity to redefine the role of business and generate collaborative projects that model integrity, generosity and courage.
Our principles are to be respectful and supportive in our relationships, to promote learning systems that foster constructive and meaningful contributions to life, and to be aware of environmental responsibility and care.
Mark Walsh is an inspiration. He has dedicated his life to the study of embodied training (sometimes called physical intelligence or somatics). With extensive training and facilitation experience, he blends martial arts, non-violent communication (NVC), mindfulness training and coaching to deliver powerful programmes that generate results.
His company, Integration Training is a stress management training, leadership training, office team building, communication training and time management training provider, based in London, Brighton, and Birmingham UK.
These lovely people specialise in B2B marketing and employee comms. I love the way they work – they ‘get’ the challenge very quickly and then get their creative juices flowing to explore solutions. This is what they have to say about themselves:
“We play fair. We’re not greedy. We tell you the truth, not what will make us money. We’re brave enough to share the difficult messages. Relationships matter a great deal to us. Great feedback makes our week. We’re choosy about who we work with and what on. We get excited by the small things. We think about our projects in the bath. We’re charismatic and nerdy – quite a combination. We’re kind and tough in equal measures.”