Goodbye for now, Caitlin!

After an incredible 10 years at Steps, Account Manager Caitlin Morrow leaves us to pursue a freelance career in the world of Learning and Development. Whilst we know we will stay closely connected with her, we bid her a fond farewell and wish her luck in her new endeavours. 

During her time at Steps, Caitlin has accumulated a wealth of experience as a facilitator, designer and manager of interactive learning initiatives, working across sectors from entry level graduates to senior leadership teams. Her style is engaging and focussed and she has the ability to encourage fruitful debate. As a facilitator, she ensures that discussions have a clear association to the business and the role of the participants, aligning topics to day-to-day behaviours and actions. Her work has taken her across the globe, and she has played a key role in helping us develop our offering to our clients in the Asia Pacific region.

Alongside her day job at Steps, Caitlin successfully gained an MA in Applied Theatre to support her work and offer further creativity in the field. She is passionate about the value of drama as a learning tool and has a keen interest in gender inclusion and youth work.

Caitlin has built strong ties and relationships with her colleagues, clients and associates, and her presence at our London office will be hugely missed. We’re enormously grateful for her fantastic contributions to Steps over the years and we look forward to our ongoing relationship with her. We’re sure her new experiences outside of Steps will continue to enrich us as a company.

An engaging, vivacious and stylish person like Caitlin deserves a memorable leaving party. A great time was had by all as we threw ourselves into learning the Madison Line Dance under the fantastic instruction of Temujin Gill and Sunanda Biswas. From now on, whenever we hear that Ray Bryant Combo tune, it will always remind us of Caitlin.

Read Caitlin's blog about dealing with change.

   


Published September 2015


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