Monthly Archives: August 2014

Applying Appreciative Inquiry beyond education

Yesterday, I supported the facilitation of an Appreciative Inquiry workshop that focused on the rehabilitation of people with brain injury into the community. Saw again the relevance, possibilities and opportunities of AI as a strengths based strategy beyond the field … Continue reading

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An edited SASPA 2014 Conference Blog on the presentation by Professor David Giles, Dean of Education, Flinders University, entitled, “Humanity and Leadership”

These comments are an extract of notes taken by Susan (see below for more detail). Susan’s notes have allowed for a deeper, personal reflection. Often, as educators, we critique our powerpoints, our notes, our impressions of a presentation. Susan’s notes … Continue reading

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SASPA conference, 14 – 15 August

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SASPA Keynote: “Humanity & Leadership”

I posted it on the ‘relational leadership’ page of the blog

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Pavements, paths …

Further to my musing about the pavement, I was given this quote by Ralph Emerson in a card from a friend: “Do not follow where the path may lead . Go, instead where there is no path and leave a … Continue reading

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Prep required this weekend

It’s cold, chinese meal being cooked, heater on – must be winter. The painting has been postponed at home as preparation is required for my keynote address entitled ‘humanity and leader’ for the South Australian Secondary Principals Association. Follow the … Continue reading

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