The Guardian: ‘My Mentor’

The Guardian, 18 March 2006“Anyone who believes he or she can by themselves solve the extremely complex problems charities face is either lacking in humility or misguided. They are missing out on an opportunity to talk to someone who has no axe to grind, no baggage, and who may be prepared to tell it how it is. It is a benefit to have someone outside the organisation, because they can ask those incredibly challenging questions that an insider cannot because of office politics.”

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