Neil Crowther (@neilmcrowther )

Neil Crowther

Bio Busy trying to change things for the better, on my own and helping others. Part of #socialcarefuture
Location London
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Following 3,9K
Account created 01-07-2011 22:39:16
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iPhone : Our constituents will be disenfranchised because this Government is ending the hybrid arrangements in Parliament. This sends such a bad signal to the country & disabled people, they must think again!

I’m on BBC Radio 4 Today discussing it: bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m0… (from 14m 10s in)

iPhone : Writing about something I love. Always so much more difficult than writing about something I hate.....I would set this as a writing exercise if I were teaching.

Twitter Web App : Neil Crowther Simon Lancaster Greg Simpson Bit of both? I think our culture rewards those who speak the language of ‘I’ not ‘We’ & leaders who command vs listen & enable. I’ve noticed more women who rise use the former. If ‘us’ vs ‘we’ is the future, perhaps we need to pay attention to what our choice of language reveals?

Twitter Web App : The only true way to show your appreciation Matt Hancock is to make your & this government's positive legacy a major uptick in investment to foster an ecosystem of social care & support fit for the future. Time we put our £££ where our 👏👏 have been. twitter.com/MattHancock/st…

iPhone : Jen Simon Lancaster Greg Simpson That’s why it’s so effective in engendering solidarity cos it reaffirms our connection with others. But in the competitive process of applying for jobs I think it can unfairly marginalise/undervalue those qualities & rewards individualism & status seeking instead

iPhone : Simon Lancaster Greg Simpson I wonder if this is about leadership style or gender. I used always to notice in application forms and interviews men’s tendancy to refer to ‘I’ and women’s tendency to refer to ‘we’ when talking about their past achievements and experience.