JOURNAL

FROM THE EDGE

JOURNAL EDGES

Journal Edges are part of how I journal my journey from the centre of accepted understanding to the edge of new learning. As I make these learning journeys, I explore different viewpoints on psychology in the workplace and share some different perspectives that may prove more effective.

SOMETIMES

Sometimes
if you move carefully
through the forest

breathing
like the ones
in the old stories

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THE FUTURE OF LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

Leadership is changing from a static set of prescriptive corporate competencies to a dynamic framework of adaptive learning processes. The change is driven by a shift in ownership. Once, leadership was owned exclusively by corporate entities. Now, it is increasingly owned by leaders themselves.

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EXCELLENT INNOVATION IN BUSINESS PSYCHOLOGY

In the first of The BTN's series of videos with the Association of Business Psychology winners, Ian McLaren Wallace discusses his submission around 'Archegyral Mapping: Transforming a Cultural Landscape'.

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WORKPLACE FEAR SURVEY

Scott Seivwright and I discuss the our motivations for creating and implementing our Workplace Fear Survey.

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A JUNGIAN PROPOSITION

After discussing cultural dynamics and behavioural transformations, Russell, an avid Jungian, proposed that we should travel the world in an ice cream van, analysing cultures and their dreams.

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BE YOUR SELF

Zombies symbolise the fact that you have a unique talent that you have been ignoring. Although you assumed your opportunity to express this talent was dead and buried, it is time to breathe some new life into your efforts.

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