“If you want to build a ship, don't drum up men to gather wood, give orders and divide the work. Rather, teach them to yearn for the far and endless sea.”

Meet Nick

NickNick Moore Insight - Embracing Change, Promoting Success

Nick Moore

Nick’s work as a manager of children’s services and change facilitator is offered in a variety of unique ways carefully customised to meet the specific needs of each special client with whom he works. Nick offers bespoke packages of consultancy, training, development programs, project and interim management. Grounded in over 30 years’ experience of Children’s Social Care operating within both public and private sector services, Nick’s experience includes service delivery, management, inspection; service evaluation and development; and more recently designing and implementing organisational change. Nick is a trained Appreciative Inquiry facilitator and he has completed some of Nancy Kline’s brilliant Time to Think training. He interweaves these two complimentary disciplines with other positive psychology approaches to create innovative and imaginative solutions in every role.

Achievements include:

  • Improving performance quality, safety and reliability across services, most recently in fostering and adoption teams, intake services and care planning for looked after children
  • Establishing ‘Access to Resources’ teams for identifying, commissioning and quality-controlling children’s placements
  • Leading a number of different and highly successful inspection preparation processes - showcasing the best
  • Facilitating high impact whole service workshop events involving practitioners from across agencies and organisations
  • The research & design of innovative development programs for public sector managers
  • Creating Young Peoples’ Forums for involvement in strategic and service planning
  • Applying strengths-based approaches to conducting a serious case review
  • Improving staff confidence, motivation and capacity across agencies

Nick unleashes extraordinary results by looking for success with children, young people, their families, carers, social care professionals and their partners.