Empowering future female leaders in our firm with Elevate

We hear from Associate Director Golnaz Bahador about how our firm-wide Elevate programme has equipped her with the skills and knowledge to continue striving forward as a future female leader. We also hear from her coach, Karen Robb, who tells us more about the programme, how it benefits the firm and our people and what the coaching role means to her.

08 March 2021
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How we’re boosting our people’s mental and physical health

After a successful moonwalk challenge to finish off 2020, last week we announced the launch of Health Boost: a six-week programme starting on 18 January, where each week we’ll help our people keep focused on uplifting all areas of their personal health whilst staying connected, to be the strongest, most capable they can during difficult times.

26 January 2021
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Grant Thornton Walking Challenge [Video]

We could all do with a pick-me-up as 2020 ends, so as part of our Boost programme, our colleagues have been keeping themselves motivated with fresh air and exercise taking part in our Moon Walk Challenge. Check out what we've been up to.

31 December 2020
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Six reasons we’re proud to celebrate Black History Month by Joy Ajadi

This month we celebrated Black History Month, the annual celebration of the history, achievements and contributions of Black people from the UK and beyond. Our firm’s Black History Month celebrations have included an extensive programme of virtual events which were designed to not only entertain and educate, but to celebrate Black history, arts and culture.

30 October 2020  |  Joy Ajadi
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Three minutes with… Safwan Chowdhury

Congratulations to Safwan Chowdhury, Corporate Finance M&A Assistant Manager, who has been shortlisted as a finalist for the 2020 BAME Apprenticeship Awards in the accounting & finance category. He talks to us about how his career propelled since his apprenticeship, what a great leader means to him and the most valuable advice he’s received.

13 August 2020  |  Safwan Chowdhury
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Mental Health and me

Whilst some of us have been forced to handle the debilitation of poor mental health long before we had ever heard of COVID-19, most of us...

18 May 2020  |  Darren Bear
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