HISTORY

FMA is a conversation that started in the spring of 1996 and continues today. FMA is a relationship between a group of diverse people that care about each other and the service they deliver. FMA is a creative space where amazing learning journeys take place and transformational change is possible.

FMA has been designing, developing and evaluating bespoke creative learning solutions for over 20 years. Over that time the business and its people have changed and grown. At the core of the business are Fiona MacNeill and David Gillespie the founding partners, and Hilary Sanders and James Brown the senior associates.

The Glasgow hub of FMA is a merry-go-round of thinking and activity in the safe hands of Edith Campbell and James Brown, the coffee is always on and visitors are always welcome in person or virtually!

Over the years we have trained trainers, developed leaders and hosted a multitude of conversations. Our current interests lie in the field of change maker development and co-designing the future. Our customers have included; Royal Mail, The Princes Trust, John Lewis, Rolls Royce, The University of Stirling, NHS Scotland, NHS England and Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunal Service. We have worked with CEOs and frontline workers, we have learned that there are universal themes that connect people, irrespective of role, status or profession.

Integrity: our touchstone; we will always be straight with you

Respect: for you and your thinking, your story, your core purpose; we will listen

Commitment: to always deliver more than expected to all of the people we connect with; we are accountable to you

Positivity: our way of being; we are passionate about uncovering potential, energising creativity; we believe that we make a difference

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