I blogged recently about Nancy Kline’s book Time to Think and what a profound impact this had made on me. I was so inspired by it that I wanted to try to create a thinking environment in the office. One Continue reading Trying out a Thinking Environment
Trips away, summer holiday fun, getting lost in mazes, day on the beach, fairy houses, cinema trips, lots of birds of prey, blackberry picking, honey spinning and more being outside.
Antonia’s birthday, new job, end of school, start of summer holidays, floods, theatre trips, night in a hotel, some football matches, chickens lay eggs and lots of being outside.
Due to taking my coaching apprenticeship I have been reading a lot more non-fiction, work related books. One big advantage of the commute is that I can read for around 40 mins a day when I go in and always Continue reading Thinking about thinking environments
Just over two years ago, in those halcyon days when we used to go to conferences (remember those?), I gave a keynote at the APT conference on e-leadership: “Should leadership begin with an “e”?: what kind of leadership is needed Continue reading e-Leadership
I’ve recently started a coaching apprenticeship. It seemed like a slightly mad thing to do when I signed up – would I have the time?, I didn’t need any more “things” on my to do list, etc etc and then Continue reading Coaching and leadership
Catching up – on a roll! Started month in York – more pictures of The Cows. Fathers’ Day. Lots of forest walks, outside time and general family stuff. New job, LEaD made heroes, cleared my inbox, quiet London streets. Keep Continue reading June 2021 – in pictures
I’ve blogged a little a bit on here before about how I have been doing yoga every day for a while. Well, longer than a while, actually, on August 1st it will be two years. I can’t quite believe it Continue reading Yogic leadership
Finally it feels like it is time to release my Lego musings on the world! I have been playing around with this idea (ha excuse the pun!) literally for a year. I have learnt a lot about how an “easy” Continue reading Lego for learning series: 1. Moving a one hour lecture online using Lego