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  • » Blog Archive Our Article on Reflective Walking Appears in Management Today -
    world is not what I think but what I live though reflective leadership walking allows us to consider the phenomenon of leadership from the mind body perspective The idea of a walk or journey also has the connotation of a liminal space as described by the anthropologist Victor Turner Liminal spaces are places of limbo and threshold spaces where we abide as we wait to move from what we were to what we will become boyhood to manhood wife to mother ignorance to knowledge It is within the geographical liminal space of a leadership walk that our particular interest lies This is the effect of the environment on the mental processes of the delegates and the facilitators alike what Will Self would term as psycho geography Psycho geography relates to the playfulness and naturally occurring impact of outdoor environments on the human ability to think and reflect The act of walking offers the walker a place and space to reflect and consider the experiences that await them as leaders back in the workplace The concept of a liminal space in this context may be therefore understood as a place where ideas and concepts of the phenomenon we call leadership are in various stages of flux and negotiation We also draw on the ideas of Dr Donna Ladkin as described in her book Rethinking Leadership where she offers a new perspective on leadership by taking a philosophical stance and asking new questions about the very nature of leadership Her reference to Sides Aspects and Identity where the observer of a phenomenon is forced to fill in the unobservable elements of that particular phenomenon is we feel particularly relevant It is only by changing their perspective physically or metaphorically that the observer is able to see a phenomenon such as leadership from a different perspective The different aspects offered by a reflective leadership walk appear to be a fruitful area for further consideration The practical and theoretical basis for reflective leadership walking continues to evolve in close partnership with Dr Arthur Turner from the Professional Development Centre with whom we took our first metaphorical steps on this journey Dr Turner and Call of the Wild s Kevin Gould were recently invited by Dr Gareth Edwards Associate Professor of Leadership Development Bristol Business School University of the West of England to present at a symposium he had organised on Reflective Walking for Leadership Research Arthur and Kevin were asked to share with the group our practical experiences of walking with our clients The discussion they had with the group proved to be thought provoking They also invited the group to experience a reflective walk in pairs around the corridors and outside spaces of Bristol City Hall The subsequent feedback from the walkers included references to the feeling of being an observer outside of the actual world it was interesting how movement and pauses in movement had a direct impact on the reflective process and the act of walking side by side with my

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  • » Blog Archive Dave Thomas Takes Part in Capital Challenge 5x5 for Ty Hafan -
    Day 2 London to York Day 3 York to Edinburgh Day 4 Edinburgh to Belfast Day 5 Belfast to Dublin and back across to North Wales Day 6 North Wales to Cardiff Circuit of UK and Ireland completed in just 6 days and all for a fantastic cause About TY Hafan During her retirement Suzanne Goodall felt driven to open the first children s hospice in Wales and offer care to life limited children and young people After 11 years of fundraising and hard work Tŷ Hafan opened in 1999 and immediately began to bring much needed comfort and support to families in Wales Since then the hard work has continued as Ty Hafan have aimed to develop their services to meet all of the needs of the children young people and families they support If you would like to donate then please click here for the Just Giving Site Share with friends Call of the Wild s Simon Forzani Swimming Equivalent to English Channel 22 Miles for Charity Our Article on Reflective Walking Appears in Management Today Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory The Importance of Experiential Learning Useful Articles Achieving a One Team Ethos Effective Communication Exploring the Landscape of Leadership Festival Season Health and Safety the Glastonbury Way Health and

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