Personal Transitions Service (PTS) Manager, Katie-Lee Moroney, reflects on what it takes to be a good manager, the role and the importance of relationships over power imbalances. When I first got the call saying I had got the job with Mayday Trust in 2013, I remember saying to a colleague ‘I can’t believe I am […]
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New Opportunities, New Approach, New Challenge Housing Officer Positions available in Oxford and Northamptonshire 37 hours per week – £26,000 + Benefits Mayday Trust recently published Wisdom from Behind Closed Doors, an enquiry capturing the voices of people living in supported accommodation. The results highlighted the urgent need for a more person-led, human and positive […]
New Opportunities, New Approach, New Challenge Housing Agent Positions available in Oxford and Northamptonshire 37 hours per week – £26,000 + Benefits Mayday Trust recently published Wisdom from Behind Closed Doors, an enquiry capturing the voices of people living in supported accommodation. The results highlighted the urgent need for a more person-led, human and positive […]
After attending the Better Way Roundtable, Amy Middleton, PTS Manager and Coach at Mayday Trust, reflects on the importance of community and real relationships when supporting people going through tough times
David Hurst, Director of Operations at Mayday Trust, explores the power and importance of relationships as he embarks on his own transition away from Mayday and onto his next adventure.
What inspires you to do what you do? Andrew Durman, PTS Coach at Mayday, revisits a moment in his career that has led to years of contemplation and still remains relevant today in his work with the Personal Transitions Service
Martha Bishop, Head of Partnerships at Mayday looks at the vital role of PTS Coaches and why they stand out in a system driven by deficits and power imbalance
Alistair Shand, Asset Coach at Mayday Trust, looks at the importance of a question that isn’t often asked. What is power and what role should it take when working with people going through tough times?
Spaces now available for Frontline Network Members at System Reflect with Frontline Network on 04/02/2020 at The Young Foundation, London There’s a lot of talk within the sector around strength based practice and asset based work, but what does it mean to really work in a genuinely person-led way? Based on years of experience developing […]
May Read, Chief Operating Officer at Mayday Trust looks at an alternative approach to looking at equality and inequality. As a sector have we lost that human connection?
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