Tag Archives: Conversational Leadership

#theeducationwewant Supper Conversation at ffresh on Monday June 15th

Welsh Government published an independent review of curriculum and assessment arrangements in Wales (click here to see the summary of “Successful Futures”) and DfES (Department for Education and Skills) are encouraging contributions to the debate about “Successful Futures”. At the … Continue reading

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So what is a social enterprise? (Supper Conversation at ffresh on May 18th)

The Supper Conversation on Monday 18th May (18:30 arrival) will take a look at Social Enterprise and I am delighted that Dr Martin Price is to be our lead contributor. Social Enterprise is a term bandied about by politicians of … Continue reading

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Mobilising good will and expertise to commit to bigger change- supperconversationatffresh on 16th February

The supper conversation on February 16th will take a ffresh look at volunteering – looking at it in the light of being part of making bigger and sustainable societal change happen. In the context of influencing change I am always … Continue reading

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#supperconversation@ffresh, Wales Millennium Centre, Monday 22nd September

For those of you still unsure as to what #supperconversations@ffresh is all about, it is beginning to be defined as “good food, good wine, good people, good conversation to influence positive change”. In essence it is “conversational leadership” in practice. … Continue reading

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Conversation is the organisation

Let me start with a great quote: “Conversations are the way workers discover what they know, share it with their colleagues and in the process create new knowledge for the organisation. In the new economy, conversations are the most important … Continue reading

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Managers or Leaders?

Much debate abounds in different networks about whether individuals are leaders or are managers? Some say you are a defined as a “worker”, a “manager” or a “leader”. What’s your view and why? I believe that good management and managers … Continue reading

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Too much management and not enough leadership?

This week our Leadership Cafe at Hilton Cardiff was private sector focused and a really clear theme emerged from the tables. In response to our opening question “What is different about being a leader now in 2013 compared to 5 … Continue reading

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