We have selected our winner.
Congratulations Dom, from Tech Marionette
Dom Davis, of Tech Marionette (http://techmarionette.com)
is our lucky winner to receive free coaching with
Based out of St George’s Works in Norwich, Tech Marionette is a proud member of the Norwich and Norfolk tech scene. We were one of the first members of Tech East, and our CTO, Dom Davis, is also a director at Step into Tech, a CIC aimed at getting young people into technology. Practicing what we preach, Tech Marionette currently has three interns from the UEA helping to create and deploy our software. Dom can often be found giving talks at local events, as well as further afield where he helps promote Norwich as a leading UK Tech Hub.
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Suspicion and reported levels of distrust in big organisations are greater now than they have ever been. Left unchecked they wreak havoc in an organisation, spreading like wildfire across a service or industry. To turn this downward trajectory around you as the leader and your team need to be supported to improve HOW you lead rather than concentrate of the technicalities of WHAT you lead.
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