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It’s been a very rewarding month with trips to both Haiti and Burundi for the second of the Pathway workshops for Concern Worldwide, which I’m doing with INTRAC. Pathway is a management development programme which runs over 6 months and … Continue reading →
We always look forward to getting together for our retreats, but this time it felt strange that there would only be three of us, with Gopal possibly joining us from Juba for a session on skype. It’s surprising how different … Continue reading →
The final presentation in the organisational learning series originally commissioned by the Asian Development Bank is now available for download. Entitled Learning from Evaluation it focuses on how we can use evaluations for both accountability and learning purposes. The presentation … Continue reading →
I’ve had a lot of fun learning about film making on a short course organised by my local Picturehouse cinema. Ryd Cook, our tutor, is a young film maker fizzing with ideas and enthusiasm and over a series of 10 … Continue reading →
Courtesy of Olivier Serrat, the third of four presentations to accompany the series of training modules I developed for the Asian Development Bank is now available for free download. Entitled Reflective Practice, it focuses on how each of us can … Continue reading →