We work with all sorts of organisations to facilitate the sharing of knowledge, skills and expertise. We incorporate creative approaches to knowledge development and knowledge sharing, this includes co-production through the use of world cafes, action research and graphic illustration. We work to all size of budgets, and can deliver small bespoke pieces of work as well as designing and delivering substantial programmes and projects.
If you would like to know more, please
contact us. Our Clients
Working with Sahir House to learn about resilience and wellbeing with the LGBTQ+ community
Croesffyrdd Hafal Crossroads: Supporting the Carers as the ‘third workforce’ in Wales
Region Jönköpings län: Contributing to international co-learning events. Developing coaching programmes for service improvements. Working to develop ‘best self’ coaching to enhance service delivery with Sweden’s Esther coaches
North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust: Supporting frontline NHS leaders. Working with our NHS colleagues to develop self-compassion in order to be their ‘best self’ within the leadership role.
AcademiWales: Developing Leadership Wellbeing
Hwyl Dda University Health Board: Contributing to Community Wellbeing
Kepak Group: Contributing to workforce wellbeing during times of change
Working with the Centre for Equality and Human Rights. Developing our understanding of resilience and wellbeing with the LGBT+ community.
Bespoke Learning Programmes. Working with the Wirral Chamber of Commerce designing learning programmes to meet the needs of entrepeneurs
Carer Wellbeing. Working with the Mid Wales Health Collaborative, Hywel Dda University Health Board, and Carers to develop Carer Resilience and Wellbeing
Working with the Chemical Industries Association to develop leadership wellbeing
Communities First. Developing resilience and wellbeing for staff, and for for the communities they work with.
Working with Conwy Council to develop a transition programme for Veterans.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board: Working with the “Future Hospitals” team, Registrars and Consultants to develop wellbeing and resilience during times of workplace transition.
Royal College of Physicians: Supporting and developing wellbeing with the ‘Future Hospital Teams’
WCIA – Facilitating stimulating conversations with the Welsh Centre for International Affairs. Conversations that explore and celebrate peace across the globe.
Bangor University: Innovative ways to develop the employability and employment of students through coaching
Executive coaching and mentoring services to the National Trust in Wales
Forces Families Community Transition Programme. grays is working with Conwy Council Community Covenant Team, SAFFA, RBL, MOD, BCUHBT, in North Wales to develop a Forces Families Community Transition Programme. grays has been given the bronze corporate covenant award by the Ministry of Defence.
RCS – Organisational Development for SME’s: sustainable futures project. grays developed a bespoke Organisational Development project constructed on the principles of collaboration and co-production for RCS (formerly Rhyl City Strategy).