Category Archives: Learning

The Psychology of Mixed Realities. #WorkingOutLoud [Part 2]

Yesterday i shared the first part of a new piece of work, looking at the psychology of mixed realities: how do virtual and augmented learning spaces differ from those that we are used to, both from a design perspective, and … Continue reading

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The Psychology Of Mixed Realities. #WorkingOutLoud [Part 1]

There’s a great buzz. Or certainly a great hype. Virtual, immersive, and augmented realty is a transformative event in learning: not simply from an experiential view but, if we focus on design and pedagogy, an effectiveness one. The technology is … Continue reading

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Book Launch: Social Leadership – my 1st 100 days

This week i’m setting out on a seven week tour with the new book, which launches this week. ‘Social Leadership: my 1st 100 days’ is a companion to ‘The Social Leadership Handbook’, and consists of one hundred days of activity … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud On A Teaching Day

I’m flattered to have been asked to teach a day on the University of Pennsylvania doctoral programme: i thought i’d share an outline of the day, as it may provide a useful series of links and references around my current … Continue reading

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The Invisible Organisation: Why Social Leadership?

The answer to the questions ‘why Social Leadership?‘ may rather miss the point: it’s not so much a question of ‘why Social?‘, as much as a question of ‘why not just Formal?‘. Within the visible organisation, within the formal hierarchy, … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud: bringing ‘The Trust Sketchbook’ to life

In parallel to the Landscape of Trust research, I’ve been working on a different methodology to explore the nature of trust between individuals, within communities, and in organisations themselves. Whilst the Landscape of Trust is a scientific study, producing quantitative … Continue reading

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Captain’s Log: #Issue 16 – Writing Week

I’ve been writing a weekly, old school, email ‘Captain’s Log‘ newsletter: as this is a writing week, i thought i’d share it here: In 2017, I’m dedicating one full week a month to long-form writing: clearing out my diary and … Continue reading

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