Category Archives: leadership

Are we working well together?

I often ask myself ‘is this worthwhile work?’ And this guest blog for Space Unlimited is some part of a response; it describes a recent highlight of a stimulating week when I took part in a Space Unlimited Lasting Change … Continue reading

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The facilitation of relationship centred practice and appreciative inquiry

Facilitation for developing effective relationship-centred practice Excited to be co-facilitating this course again in March and April 2017. University of the West of Scotland, Hamilton Campus 30-31 March and 27 April 2017 This course is for people who wish to develop … Continue reading

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Is this the best it can be?

I’ve very much enjoyed being involved in the development of this new toolkit for Creative Scotland. The ideas and approaches were developed from desk research and  action research, with seven pilot partnerships of artists, partners and participants using the tools  … Continue reading

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Participative transformation?

I have recently written a book review of Participative transformation learning and development in practising change, by Roger Klev and Morten Levin in the Journal Action Learning:  Research and Practice, 2015 They propose that given the challenges of the uncertainty … Continue reading

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