George Ames is Director of Client Services at Forster Communications, based in London.
George has over fifteen years’ experience of developing and implementing complex PR strategies for private, public and not-for-profit sector clients, operating at local and national levels. He helps organisations find the focus they need to achieve their ambitions; translates audience insight into compelling strategies; creates action focused social change campaigns and provides corporate communications counsel at board level, including crisis management and mitigation. Clients have included Aviva, Barclays, Nokia, the Home Office, Age UK, Sue Ryder, Samaritans, the Department of Health, Shelter, Girlguiding, Bupa and ABF The Soldier’s Charity. George is a founding trustee, and Chair, of the Forgiveness Project.
Organizational Change /
As increasing numbers of organisations make sustainability commitments, transparency around how they are progressing reiterates how hard it can be to turn ambitions into reality. There are many reasons for this; however, a common denominator for those at the start of their sustainability journey is often a lack of internal understanding and desire to change. - 4 years ago