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Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson

Type of Fellowship: General
Year of Fellowship: 2015

Andy works with businesses, charities and in education with a focus on developing 'Performance on Purpose'. Through facilitation, coaching and training in personal, organisational and community development he helps his clients to deliver Emotionally Intelligent Leadership Efficient and Effective Management Engaging and Enterprising Teams A performance on purpose culture enables you to create places where people love to live, learn and work.

Born in Wythenshawe, South Manchester, Andy learned very early about the power of influence. He was a Sea Cadet throughout his youth which gave him moral guidance and character development. On leaving school he pursued an apprenticeship in motor vehicle mechanics, which he soon found dull, and so started teaching water sports for the Sea Cadets, and worked in a shop.

Andrew eventually took on a full-time role in retail and developed into a credible and versatile manager at a young age. Having never pursued further education he decided to go to college to underpin his experience with young people. On completing a Youth Work Diploma and NVQ in Community Development he secured a position with Trafford Youth Service. Soon after Andy
decided to spend some time in Uganda developing an NGO, he launched Dreamcatchers: The original progressive youth work charity.

Andrew spent the following four years with OnSide, developing five £5m youth facilities across the North West which included a turnaround of the failing Manchester centre. He left OnSide at the end of 2013 and created the social enterprise 4hub, whose goal is to help individuals and social sector organisations become more successful and sustainable.

Twitter: @andyjackson_uk
Personal website/ blog: www.andyjackson.com

Current principal role: Full time Fellow

Research: “Could offsetting a percentage of corporation tax against charitable donations create a win-win-win for the public, private and social sectors?”
Secondment host: EY Foundation

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