New podcast! CT Brief: Honest Conversations

New podcast

We’re really pleased to launch our new podcast series, CT Brief: Honest Conversations. 

Throughout this podcast, we aim to have open and honest conversations on a wide range of topics that matter to people working within the housing, charity, social care, local government, and sports sectors.

Reflecting on both professional, as well as personal, experiences and insights, we hope to offer you some key takeaways to share within your networks. We’ll be discussing everything from diversity and inclusion, to football regulation!

Our episodes will aim to accompany and compliment our regular CT Brief digital publication.

Let us know what you think by contacting us via email:

Episode 1: Rethinking diversity and inclusion: Looking within first


Last year George Floyd’s murder sparked an urgent reawakening in society about systemic racism and more widely, debates around diversity, equity, and inclusion.

In the first episode, we begin with a chat between Campbell Tickell Partner, Radojka Miljevic and Dawn Matthews, Senior Consultant, focusing on HR & Recruitment, on what they’ve witnessed within their spheres of work over the past year.

Radojka and Dawn reflect on the conversations they’ve had with clients about diversity and inclusion; the importance of being honest when it comes to discussing race and ethnicity; and what it means to be inclusive – plus more.

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This episode accompanies the latest edition of CT Brief, Issue 54: Diversity and Inclusion. Do take a read if you’ve not already!

We hope you enjoy.

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Campbell Tickell is an established multi-disciplinary management and recruitment consultancy, operating across the UK and Ireland, focusing on the housing, social care, local government, sport, leisure, charity and voluntary sectors. We are a values-based business and firmly place the positioning of our support and challenge on helping organisations to attain change that is well thought through, planned and sustainable. At CT, we want to help organisations create the landscape within which we ourselves would like to exist: fair, inclusive, diverse, engaged and transparent. We build from our values in how we approach all our work as a practice.

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