Taith works with other consultants and companies who can offer complementary skills and knowledge. These collaborative partnerships deliver a flexible package of options for clients who wish to benefit from the range of expertise and experience on offer. All the associates have experience of working together and providing solutions in a creative and responsive manner.

Roger Rowett

Roger is the founder and Managing Director of Taith Ltd. Previously he has worked for a range of organisations within the voluntary, statutory and private sectors over a 30 year period. Most of this centred on the care and education sectors in both service provision and inspection.

Tim and Suzanne

Tim and Suzanne are co-founders of Appreciating People based in Liverpool. Appreciating People is a Management and Development Consultancy specialising in organisation development through working from a strength based approach and undertaking whole system change.

Laraine Bruce MBE

Throughout the last 30 years Laraine has acted as an independent advocate for young people, vulnerable adults and in support of families of people with Learning Disabilities. In 2001 she received an MBE for services to people with Learning Disabilities in Wales.

Dafydd Thomas

Dafydd Thomas has an extensive background in environmental conservation, community development and public health.  He is Welsh speaking and has managed projects with several charities and public bodies in Wales for nearly 20 years.  He is an accredited facilitator with a passion for exploring what wellbeing means to different people, groups and organisations and using

Julie Barnes

Julie Barnes is an independent practitioner with twenty five years experience of working in the public sector and social care. She is a trained Appreciative Inquiry Facilitator offering appreciative consultancy to individuals, teams and organisations, particularly in the public sector.

Ruth Dineen

Ruth is the founder and co-director of Co-production Wales – an organisation which is campaigning for co-production principles of equality and reciprocity to be placed at the heart of Welsh public services. She’s also an Honorary Research Fellow at Cardiff University and an Action Learning and Appreciative Inquiry facilitator and a trained coach

Toni Leggett

Toni is a qualified social worker, who worked in a variety of social work positions prior to moving into management and training.  She has worked in the statutory and the voluntary sector with children, young people and adults.  Toni has been both a service regulator and a workforce regulator for the Care and Social Services