Tag Archive: Zen

Mar 25

The ebb and flow 

When I was an undergraduate student I spent most of my university breaks in Zambia, setting up our SKIP project there. People used to ask me what the difference was between life in UK and life in Zambia and why I was so enamoured with it.  My response invariably went something like this… In the …

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Feb 12

In what do we trust?

One of the interesting discoveries I have made during my time here in Uganda is that trust is a beautiful and fragile luxury, a precious gift that is not to be taken for granted.    This revelation was prompted by a recent experience when leaving a backpackers hostel at Murchison Falls national park. As we were …

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Dec 20

The Power of Narrative

Recently I had the pleasure of travelling to Portugal to teach on a Healthcare Leadership School and exploring my passion for narrative as a leadership philosophy and methodology. Here is the first in a series of posts about this experience! A crash course in using public narrative to translate values and inspire change We delivered …

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