Helping you recruit foster carers and adoptive parents

What to expect

Expect me to ask lots of questions

Getting under the skin of the issue is the first step to solving the problem so expect me to ask you lots of questions.

Questions about your organisation, about your marketing and recruitment activity to date, about your challenges and your successes, about your local community and about your competitors. About your budget and timescales.

Expect a detailed proposal, scope of work and costs

Then I’ll put together a detailed proposal outlining the scope of work – i.e. what exactly you’re commissioning me to do and how much that’s going to cost.

And if the scope of the project changes – and it sometimes does – then I’ll always tell you beforehand if that’s going to affect the cost and by how much.

Expect regular and honest communication

I’ll keep you up-to-date with progress on a regular basis. Depending on the nature of the project this might be a quick catch-up over the phone or a more formal progress report.

Expect excellent attention to detail

Whether it’s a stray apostrophe or a complex print spec, I’m on it. Dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s.

Expect super-efficient project management

However simple or complex the project you can expect a detailed project plan showing deliverables, timescales, responsibilities, dependencies and any conflicts. Making sure things are kept on track.

Expect ongoing support

It goes without saying that I will provide support and advice throughout the duration of a project.

But I’m also always happy to talk after the project concludes. So if you’ve got a query or just want to debate some ideas, give me a call.