Who we are
Roger is the Founder of Agenda Consulting. He has worked since 1985 in the public and not-for-profit sectors as a management consultant – 8 years with PricewaterhouseCoopers and a similar period with Compass Partnership. He has worked with boards, chief executives and senior managers in the following sectors: social care, housing, international development, associations and unions, central Government and Non-Departmental Public Bodies.
Internationally Roger has worked in Kenya, South Africa and in Tanzania where he started and led a new consultancy practice for PricewaterhouseCoopers for 2 years. Roger has an MBA from London Business School and a BA in Mathematics from Oxford.
Tim Walters is a Principal Consultant with Agenda Consulting. He is a very experienced project manager, partnering with organisations on their employee and volunteer engagement survey projects including Dimensions, Islamic Relief, National Autistic Society, Oxfam International, Plan International, Royal Voluntary Service, United Response, WaterAid, UN Women and Zoological Society of London.
More widely he leads our Third Sector, Volunteer and Social Care engagement survey practices, manages the Research Team, has overall responsibility for directing our benchmarking studies including People Count and Volunteers Count and takes a lead on the development of Reflections – our survey and benchmarking software.
Tim joined Agenda in 2008 and worked previously for a market research company. He is a qualified Prince2 Practitioner and has a BA in English and Philosophy from Leeds University.
John is a Principal Consultant. Having joined Agenda Consulting in September 2017, John brings many years of human resource experience from the corporate, consultant and international non-governmental organisation sectors. Based in Annapolis, MD, John will focus on assisting new and existing clients in the United States.
John is a Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) and has a Bachelor’s degree from American University’s School of International Service.
Head of Business Development
Clare worked in a number of senior management positions in academic publishing for more than 10 years. She has also been a consultant advising organisations on how to improve their service offerings through their people. Her work includes employee research, performance management, change management and benchmarking, She has worked in the voluntary and private sectors. Clare has a BA in Languages for Business and a Diploma in Management.
Senior Marketing Executive
Caroline joined Agenda in July 2015 as a temporary Sales and Marketing Administrator. She works with the Business Development team and her role includes both marketing and event management. Caroline has experience in hospitality, and is an Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, working towards Chartered Marketer status.
Business Development Administrator
Samantha joined Agenda in November 2016 as a Business Development Administrator and works closely with the Business Development team. Samantha has a strong hospitality background and a HND in Business, Finance and Tourism.
Ann’s company Humanus, founded in 1999, merged with Agenda in August 2016. Prior to Humanus, she worked as a consultant and partner for 13 years at Towers Perrin (now Willis Towers Watson). Ann focuses mainly on reward and the link to performance management, and particularly enjoys helping not-for-profit organisations navigate the process of change.
Ann is a chartered fellow of CIPD, and a member and independent advisor on various HR and remuneration committees. She has an MA in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Oxford University, and an MA in Manpower Studies from the University of West London. She has co-written three books on reward management with Michael Armstrong.
Ann will be on sabbatical leave in 2018.
Senior Reward Consultant
Paul joined Agenda in August 2016, having operated as a senior reward specialist for over 16 years. His specialist areas of expertise include salary benchmarking, pay structure design, and job evaluation. He has held reward roles in the retail and not-for profit sectors, including Cancer Research UK and Save the Children UK. He has worked with several organisations leading the development and implementation of reward strategies, pay and grading structures and employee benefits programmes.
Paul is a chartered fellow of CIPD, and is also an associate member of the Pensions Management Institute, holding certificates in retirement provision and pension auto-enrolment.