Tag Archives: Outcomes

Leadership of the sector

At the end of his response to my last post, Kevin Ford posed a question about the role of sector leadership. This really set me thinking and led me into an uncomfortable place but, nonetheless, a necessary one. This was partly because I … Continue reading

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Outcomes for young people … can we evidence this or not?

I felt compelled to write some observations on a seminar I attended today on the Catalyst Framework of Outcomes for Young People,  hosted by the North East Regional Youth Work Unit in Gateshead. Bethia McNeil from the Young Foundation, on behalf … Continue reading

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How do you learn? Introducing the 7 Dimensions of Learning Power!

More than ever before, organisations are making increasing demands of fewer staff and so it makes better sense to either secure more from your own personal self-development or from any organisational investment in your professional learning and development. And yet … Continue reading

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Managing your resilience!

Following on from my recent article about resilience, I would like to offer some thinking, distilled from a range of experiences over recent years, that might provide some notions as to how you can ‘manage’ your resilience. These are things, … Continue reading

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Resilience … in Leadership and Management

The belief that leaders have the endless stamina, ideas, and skills it takes to deliver success year after year is a fallacy of the past … and more evidently so in these difficult modern times. Thus, resilience … the ability … Continue reading

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