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    Scott Hartley - Director

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    Scott is an expert at enabling organisations to establish clear strategic direction. He is adept at inspiring action, defining goals and solving complex problems. Working with a wide range of businesses, these skills combined with Scott’s ability for innovation and original thought have helped produce many successful policies and strategies. Scott is a qualified Belbin practitioner and supports a number of organisations with team development. He has an in-depth knowledge of the community sport, education and skills agendas and is passionate about inspiring people to take part in sport.

    For Press Red, Scott used his skills in developing ideas to lead the formation of a consortium which delivered the £6m Sport Makers programme and has also helped secure funding (£60k annually) to establish disability sports provision in Lambeth. His strategic insight, high level facilitation skills and ability to check and challenge enabled Scott to lead on the creation of a sport and physical activity strategy for Sport Hampshire and the Isle of Wight and a project reviewing 13 community sport networks across central and west London. Scott also led on designing and facilitating a series of workshops that engaged health commissioners in the work Age UK had done around healthy ageing.

    Previously, Scott spent 12 years working in local government and in national roles at Sport England advising government working groups and taking responsibility for a range of national policies and investment programmes.

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    Shona Honey - Director

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    Leading on product service and development, Shona generates ideas and is adept at exploring and developing them. A natural communicator and exceptional listener, Shona excels in understanding the perspective of clients and target markets. Using these interpersonal skills, she’s created a range of communications resources and launched various sport and physical activity programmes.

    For Press Red, Shona has authored the satellite club toolkit for Sport England, helped Age UK present a compelling case to health commissioners and created many resources to highlight the diverse roles played by CSPs. She has led research into policy areas, drawing out implications and opportunities for practitioners at a local level. She has also evaluated projects run by both NGBs and CSPs.

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    Emily Bradbury - Research and Evaluation Manager

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    Highly analytical and methodical, Emily’s focus is on research and data analysis. She has in-depth experience of devising and implementing a range of research methodologies from surveys to focus groups and interviews. Emily is able to use her systematic approach, attention to detail and accuracy to analyse large amounts of data, providing real insight for clients. As a qualified Prince2 practitioner, her logical thinking and disciplined outlook have enabled her to ensure the achievement of strategic objectives on a wide range of projects.

    For Press Red, Emily has created and carried out effective research methodologies for various clients. These have included a survey to help maximise the performance of the leisure and sports management team at Wandsworth Council, interviews with stakeholders to establish views of the ECB’s inter-school competitions and a physical activity survey of over 1,500 schoolchildren in Camden and Islington. In previous roles as regional project coordinator for Age UK and monitoring manager for Sport England, Emily has gained 11 years’ experience in data collection, analysis and interpretation in the sport and health and wellbeing sectors.