Stephen Hanman

I find myself at MIRA after years of observing and witnessing organisational life from various perspectives.  All my work revolves around creating workplaces that are good for the organisation and the people within them. I see the organisational challenge as aligning processes and systems with people potential in a living organisation. Being at your best; the people and the organisation.

Jan Fowler

Rhyll Stafford

Becoming a MIRA Companion

To become a MIRA companion you must be an independent consultant able to manage your own customer relationships, be a member of the ASD and have completed a relevant OD qualification.

The process of becoming a companion begins with a question.  A formal process is followed that ensures all parties benefit and maximise from the MIRA experience. It typically takes about a year to unfold.