Debra Allcock Tyler

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"Debra Allcock Tyler has been chief executive of the Directory of Social Change since 2001. Her start in the charity sector began with the Industrial Society now known as the Work Foundation.

"She chairs the Small Charities Coalition and is a member of the Charity Commission’s Statement of Recommended Practice (SORP) committee.

"She is a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce (RSA) and a special ambassador for Girlguiding UK.

Allcock Tyler is also on the board of MedicAlert, and a member of Liberty. She has been a licensed practitioner of neuro-linguistic programming.

"She is also the author of It’s Tough at the Top: the No-Fibbing Guide to Leadership, and more recent The Pleasure & Pain: The No- Fibbing Guide to Working with People. She is as well-known in the sector for her feisty approach as for her commitment to protecting charities’ independence and reputation." [1]

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  1. civilsociety.co.uk Debra Allcock Tyler, organizational web page, accessed June 28, 2012.