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Social Leadership: #WorkingOutLoud on a Virtual Programme

As part of #WorkingOutLoud, i’m sharing the design of a full Social Leadership development programme, which i am starting to deliver today, and which is fully online. I’ve delivered plenty of face to face programmes, and plenty of online sessions, … Continue reading

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Want to Meet?

Instinctively we feel that meeting up in person is somehow better than just engaging in virtual spaces: we sense that the virtual is somehow a shadow of the real thing. This drives us to get people together when we join, … Continue reading

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Seeing eye to eye. Do we really need to meet face to face to communicate effectively?

I’m 18 hours into what should have been an easy trip to the US to meet some people face to face. The purpose of our meeting? To share some ideas, to discuss what’s happening in the world of learning, specifically … Continue reading

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Virtual Reality. Is there still a difference between the virtual and real experience in learning any more?

There was a time when ‘virtual reality’ sounded exciting, when it contained the promise of spaces where we could leave our physical bodies behind and interact in other worlds in other ways. We dreamt of a time when we could … Continue reading

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