Over the past few months we have had the privilege of working with the Friends of the Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment to support them in the delivery of a unique fundraising event.
There is a great deal of new knowledge about the way that teams operate, not only from the field of psychology but also from anthropology and neuroscience. In these fields there have been major advances due to breakthroughs in technology.
Reading the UK papers last week, it would be easy to conclude that trust in British institutions may have fallen to an all time low. As the latest furor over banking bonuses was dying down, the Ellison report into potential corruption and the role of undercover police in the Stephen Lawrence murder inquiry, took the issue of trust right back onto the front page.
One of our core values at Arcadia is about giving back to society, and for the past few weeks Arcadia has been working behind the scenes with friend and wildlife artist Adam Binder in preparing for this event.
Four years after Lehman Brothers filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and became the first major casualty of the credit crunch, banks have finally committed themselves to serious structural and cultural transformation.
Last week, the extended Arcadia family, our core team and our coaches, came together for a team day – a chance for us to catch up, share experiences and review the progress of our global work programmes. It was a fantastic opportunity to ‘turn the spotlight’ on ourselves and, as is part of our Arcadia values, look for new ways to create innovative and engaging programmes for our clients.
Arcadia’s new look and corporate colours will be gracing the Scottish Grand National Festival on April 21. The company is sponsoring a steeple chase race for novices in memory of senior partner Andrew Hughes-Hallett’s mother Mary who died last year. Also honoured in the name of the race, is the legendary horse Vulmidas and his […]