ACT Project Team

ACT has assembled a team of Consultants and Trainers, whose blend of expertise and record of success provide a skills base which is tailored to delivering the Project on time and to a very high standard.

To ensure that the Project is professionally developed, the team will consist of a Project Director and experienced Consultants and Trainers, supported by our research and administrative teams. The team consists of:

Project Director :
Keith R. Stevens BSc, MA, MSc, Dip Lib, Dip M, DMS, AIoD, AIMC, MIED, MILAM, MCIM, FCIPD, FCMI, FInstBA, FBSC, FCLIP, FRSA is a recognised expert with a record of success in the development of leisure and tourism, education, economic development, public sector reform, human resource management and development and marketing. He has experience of both the public and private sectors.

Keith is the co-founder of ACT and has been able to bring about significant management change in client organisations, particularly focusing on market testing, performance benchmarking and standards, service delivery, education and training and marketing.

Keith is an Accredited External Adviser, Advanced Skills Teacher and Excellent Teacher Assessor and Performance Management Consultant he is also a Lead trainer for the DfES. He is a former LEA Adviser and has been the Chief Officer of two London Boroughs.

Keith Stevens has recently been admitted to the Freedom of the Company of Management Consultants (COMC) and is seen here receiving his Freedom Certificate from the Master of the Company. Keith was granted the Freedom of the City of London in 2000 and became a City Liveryman with the Worshipful Company of Management Consultants in 2004. He was elected to the Court of Assistants in 2006.

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Keith was until recently Chairman of Hertford Regional College and is currently Co-opted Member of the East of England Regional Assembly. He is also a member of the Board of the Local Strategic Partnership (LSP) for East Hertfordshire.

As Project Director, Keith will be responsible for:
  • liaison with the Client and providing the first point of contact within ACT
  • proposal development and presentation to the Client
  • agreement with the Client over the approach to be followed
  • project stages and timescales
  • co-ordination of the team
  • quality control and the overall management of the project
  • project delivery, on time, within budget and to the Client's brief
  • preparation and presentation of the final report
  • evaluation and Client feedback
Team Members include:
Christine Stevens  
Christine is a co-founder of ACT, and an experienced teacher with over 20 years experience. Christine assists with the preparation of materials for use with Clients and also contributes to training sessions as required. Christine is an Accredited assessor for the Graduate Teacher Programme and the Overseas trained Teacher Programme. She is also an Assessor for the Advanced Skills Teacher and Excellent Teacher Programmes.

Jeffrey Loffman, BA, Dip Lib, Dip M, DMS
Jeffrey is an experienced manager and trainer with a teaching background as well. Jeffrey has brought about significant management change in the various posts he has occupied, particularly in education and local government.

Carl Earl FCLIP
Carl is a former Local Authority Chief Officer and offers specific support on library and information projects. Carl brings with him significant experience in the development of the arts and culture.

Mike Henry MA, MSc MCLIP
Mike is also a former Local Authority Chief Officer with experience of libraries and heritage.

Michael Mayers B Soc. Sc., MMRS.
Michael's research experience dates back to 1959, when he joined Social Surveys (Gallup Poll). Since then he has worked in senior managerial positions with Research Bureau Ltd (Unilever), Gillette Industries, Mass Observation, The Ever Ready Company and BLA Management Services Group. In 1983, he formed M & E Consultants and over the years has set up and carried out all types of market research projects, both nationally and internationally. In 1995/96, Michael controlled a major research programme for BSI Standards, which they described as "the largest single piece of market research ever carried out by a national standards body." Since 1998, Michael Mayers and ACT have been working together in a strategic alliance.

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