We want to change the paradigm when it comes to performance conversations.
A misplaced ideal of professionalism has got in the way of the conversations we most need to help us grow.
Honest, open, sometimes difficult conversations filled with data we can actually use to get better at what we do.
Conversations that have people at the heart of them. Not numbers.
The people behind AdviceSheet have been round the block…
We’ve all run companies as founders, managing directors or senior managers.
We’ve worked in media, research, and design.
We’ve worked for big companies and small companies.
We have experienced the highs and the lows, the pressures and the pleasures of work. And we are bound by our desire to help people, and make work better.
Steve Stark founded Then Somehow in 2014, building on his experience at productivity consultancy People Who Do, helping everyone from Nokia to Channel 4 become more productive.
Realising this was a small part of a much bigger picture, Steve established Then Somehow to design practical ways to change things in the way people and organisations work. Small things, big things, connected things.
Five years later Steve teamed up with Jonathan Markwell and Nigel Berman. Jon and Nigel bring decades of experience of building online tools for thousands of businesses and consumers. Together they're on a mission to give individuals and smaller organisations access to Then Somehow's insights.