CT Interview – No ordinary Joe

Posted on January 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

J|ACQUI ATKINSON speaks to English Community Care Association chief executive Joe Campbell| In last year¹s awards organised by Caring Times the accolade of Care Personality, sponsored by P&G Professional, was won by English Care chief executive Joe Campbell, now chief executive of the recently-formed English Community Care Association. As an advocate of quality care provision for elderly people, Joe is known for his qualities as a negotiator, motivator and is an impassioned believer in highlighting the consequences of under-funding of care as an issue for public conscience and political priority. Joe¹s management career began in the agricultural co-operative sector. As managing director of farmers¹ manufacturing and supply commercial organisations in Scotland, he later became the chief executive of a UK buying and marketing organisation based in Edinburgh. In 1982 he moved to the town of Ayr on the west coast of Scotland to become managing director of commercial radio stations in five urban areas. Broadcas

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