The qualities we look for in our people:
Fowler describes “creative” as a “luscious, round, meaningless word”, a vaguer substitute for “original”. You appreciate Fowler.
You don’t need Fowler to appreciate what inspiration means and involves.
You agree with the renowned Time Magazine essayist Lance Morrow: “Curiosity is the noblest form of intellectual energy”.
You see problems as opportunities. Time after time, case after case, we have found that hope is a far more powerful, empathic force than fear.
Your mind is like a parachute. It works best when open. But you are not a windsock.
People have always connected with each other by sharing stories. You understand the power of communicating through narratives.
You know an idea is not worth a pinch of salt unless it is bought, with commitment.
Your appearance, manner and voice reflect that you are cheery, not just cheerful.
Culture of collaboration
If you’re curious about what makes people tick and behave the way they do, you’ll discover you’re in very good company.
The behaviour change issues we deal with are complex ones, so we believe in collaborating with partners from a wide range of disciplines.
You could find yourself sharing ideas with academics, sociologists, economists, writers and film-makers. Or even discussing global issues and ethics with some of the world’s most eminent thought leaders.