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Flow

Just a brief follow up to yesterdays piece: so the presentation went very well. I found the narrative. As ever, i’m reminded that learning is a process of discomfort, disturbance, and making things safe again. Climbing the ladder, one rung … Continue reading

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Social Leadership: My First 100 Days #WorkingOutLoud

You may have noticed that the title has changed: as I’ve been sketching out ideas for the cover this week, i revised the title. That’s what #WorkingOutLoud is all about: iteration and revision, holding open the space. I’m 60% of … Continue reading

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Social Leadership: the 1st 100 days. #Sharing.

I’m making good progress with a short book on ‘Social Leadership: the 1st 100 days‘, which will be a practical set of activities to follow to start you on your journey. It’s very grounded and intended to take a couple … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on the 1st 100 days of Social Leadership Book

I’m working all this week on a short follow up to the Social Leadership Handbook, entitled ‘Social Leadership: the 1st 100 days‘. As the name implies, this is a more practical text, outlining activities for 100 separate days, based around … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on Social Leadership: the 1st 100 days

I’m travelling heavily this week, so using plane and train time to finish a short new book called ‘Social Leadership: the first 100 days’. As you may have gathered… it’s 100 practical activities for Social Leaders to undertake in their … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on the Types of Trust Model

Trust is complicated: a word we use easily and frequently and yet one which contains a great deal of ambiguity when we try to nail down its meaning. We know it when we feel it, we know it when we … Continue reading

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Switzerland: Tunnels and Bridges

I have an irrational fear of disused industrial spaces: large abandoned warehouses freak me out, especially when they have derelict, decaying doors. Don’t ask me why: i already caveated it with ‘irrational’. Once i stayed in Belgium at the end … Continue reading

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