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Genine Whitehorne

Genine is public sector change maker working to deliver innovative and effective modern services against a backdrop of constant political change and continued austerity. Genine is a natural disruptor who challenges organisations to think and do differently. She is a strong advocate for social value and community power. As a trustee of the London Community Foundation and Chair of the Lewisham Youth Theatre, she is committed to supporting grassroots organisations to access the resources they need to continue to make a difference to life of Londoners.

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Embracing my weaknesses

Strong but weak: how a cartoon helped me with embracing my weaknesses. I recently gave a talk at a women’s leadership event and after my introduction, the host remarked on the fact that I am...

A very Maverick Christmas

A Very Maverick Christmas. “Sorry, I don’t do Xmas.” This statement always raises an eyebrow. As soon as I utter those words, I begin to wonder whether I’ve made a mistake. The look of obvious horror...

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How to Deal with Disengaged Employees. Employee engagement is a complicated piece of the people management puzzle because there is no “one and done”...

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Selling is influence stop telling. In this episode Judith Germain speaks to Greg Nutter about the common mistakes B2B sales people and companies make. Key Takeaways Don't...

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Breaking the corporate status quo. In this episode Judith Germain speaks to Kapil Kulshreshtha about finding your voice, increasing influence, and breaking the corporate...

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