Gemma and friends’ big ride!

Gemma and her cycling buddies have decided to get back on their bikes for another fundraising challenge. This time the girls are covering some serious mileage – 300 miles over 4 countries in 4 days  – whilst raising vital funds for Dementia UK. If you want to find out more or donate, take a look at Gemma’s JustGiving page. Gemma’s here…

International Volunteer Day

5 December is International Volunteer Day, and it’s also UK Charity week and Kat’s looking forward to doing a bit of volunteering of her own. As part of Rambutan’s efforts for our charity of the year, the Air Ambulance, she will be spending a day in the local shop in Market Harborough, helping out with whatever needs doing…

An exciting first week at Rambutan

Rambutan’s new apprentice, Jami-Lei, shares her thoughts on her first week with the bunch. I was excited to start at Rambutan, despite having only ever been to Market Harborough once before in my life (and that was for my interview!). I walked into the office to see Craig and Lucy, both of whom were pleasantly…

60 seconds with Craig on his Hogan assessment achievement   

At Rambutan, we’re hugely excited and proud as punch that Craig recently achieved his Hogan assessment accreditation. We managed to grab a few minutes with Craig to chat about what this means. Q: What’s Hogan assessment when it’s at home then? It’s a series of leadership-focused, powerful personality assessments to help leaders understand their own…

60 seconds with Mark on his ESCI Accreditation achievement

At Rambutan, we’re immensely proud and delighted that Mark recently achieved his Emotional and Social Competency Inventory (ESCI) accreditation. We managed to grab a quick chat with Mark about what this means.   Q: So what’s ESCI when it’s at home then, Mark? It’s a well-renowned 360° assessment tool that’s linked to emotional intelligence. As an…

Pension Awareness Day

15 September marks Pension Awareness Day and it got George, our new Apprentice, thinking about what pensions mean… Pensions are a mysterious thing to many people my age, as most of us youngsters perhaps don’t realise how important they are. Maybe this is because schools don’t teach us enough about these things! It can be…

Graffiti wall with a difference

The guys at Theatre Royal Plymouth (TRP) took our idea of having a ‘graffiti wall’ (to capture people’s commitments at recent culture workshops) one step further. They used their amazing production skills to build a rolling tapestry that had the values printed into the watermark. All staff are due to attend the culture workshops, which…