Learning Journeys CD-ROM is Back in Stock
In 2008, I was sitting in a meeting of educators in the field of sports development. They had received some funding to create a learning resource for their students. They wanted to make a CD ROM about those who were exceptional in the field of sports and sports development, in order to inspire their… Continue reading
Using Systemic Modelling to Support Student Teachers to Learn through Reflection
Teacher Educators agree that its important for students to be able to reflect on their practice. Reflection enables them to make the most of their teaching and learning experiences. It allows them to develop personal and professional self-awareness so they are able to identify areas for development. A key issue is to help them… Continue reading
What to do when developing your team puts retention at risk
We are a small, relatively successful culture change company working on national and international projects. We support organisations to develop self-organising learning cultures, reducing conflict and supporting collaboration, even across diverse teams. Our people facilitate client teams to: Uncover how to work at their best; Co-coach one another; Unpack conflict; Chunk up their thinking to… Continue reading
What happens if your client wants systemic change but does not have buy-in from others or the authority to implement change from above?
This was the situation we encountered when we started working with the head of the NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training) strategy group and the head of vulnerable families at a local council. We supported the two of them to take on the core Systemic Modelling philosophy and to alter their behaviours when managing meetings… Continue reading