We care as much as you do
Founder Karen Drury and fe3’s talented associates have been around the block a few times, it’s true. Our experience is national, international, with FTSE 500 companies and public sector organisations, but also with small organisations. We have worked on projects in a wide range of sectors from publishing to pharmaceuticals and from education to policing, but assignments all have one thing in common...we care about our projects and their outcomes.
All this specialist advice, under one roof
The breadth and depth of experience from our associates allows us to offer some pretty niche, top-quality advice, both from London and further afield. There aren’t many briefs we can’t cover in the change communication and leadership fields.
Flexible teams at your fingertips
Because we work with associates, our teams can be as large or as small as you, and your project requires. We work to our strengths, you avoid paying for the overheads of a large corporate office.
Our associates’ biogs and experience are shown below.
meet the team
Coach and Communications Specialist
Initially in theatre, halls management, arts development, and then went into PR. General PR background, finally specialising in internal communication (20-odd years)
Experienced designer and deliverer of training, and in ensuring that corporate communication aligns with brand values, both inside and outside the organisation
Masters in Organisational Behaviour, qualified coach, English graduate, BPS qualified to Levels A & B in psychometric testing.
Clients include/have included: Janssen Pharmaceutical Group, Vauxhall Motors, National Union of Students (NUS), GSK, Shell, BT, Investors in People UK, The Teacher Training Agency, Deutsche Bank Global Equities, Camden Borough Council, Qualifications and Curriculum Agency (QCA).
More interesting bits:
Played Rizzo in amateur production of Grease; once handed George Harrison his guitar for a photo shoot in Birmingham
Secret ambition - to sing backing vocals for The Rolling Stones
Pet hates – People who queue jump on buses; paper cuts
70’s boy bands; Telegraph Fantasy Football, garden centres