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Lucy Jeynes

Founding Partner and Managing Director at Larch Consulting

United Kingdom

About Me

Lucy is one of the founding partners of Larch Consulting and has over 20 years’ experience in advising on all aspects of service strategy and delivery, and has led Larch on FM improvement programmes for organisations across a wide range of sectors. Lucy’s particular area of expertise is sourcing strategies, writing books, guides and articles and advising a wide range of commercial companies and public sector bodies. Lucy has been voted by her peers as a Pioneer of FM, one of the 20 Most Influential Women in FM and is a former Midlands Businesswoman of the Year. She is co-founder of Women in FM, a governor of South & City College Birmingham and a previous Deputy Chair of BIFM.

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Is your workplace working hard enough?

The Stoddart Review set out to examine whether the workplace has a measurable impact on productivity - and thence profitability.  Those...

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When You Lose Someone In Your Team

Today is the funeral of our PA Valerie.

She worked for us for 15 years, and rode the roller coaster of the business as we experienced boom...

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What does Brexit mean for the FM sector?

Today has seen history in the making. It will take a while to assimilate the news, and of course the full effects will not become evident...

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Turning on their Heels

Textbook example of turnaround PR - taking a negative situation and using the airtime to assert and embed your brand values. 

Is it compulsory to wear heels if you work reception at PwC? "Put simply, such policies don’t reflect who we are."


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Hell on Heels

Is it reasonable to ask women to wear heels at work? Those of us that work in FM fall into two camps.  Some of us are heels all the way -...

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