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How to avoid jumping to conclusions

When you’re faced with the pressures of leading an organisation, it can sometimes be challenging to make the best decisions, especially when faced with a plethora of demands from different stakeholders. When you are under multiple pressures it can be useful to adopt a tool or technique to enable you to avoid jumping to conclusions, and therefore better differentiate your…

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Playing to our strengths in a post-COVID world

During lockdown, I had the opportunity to present at New Zealand’s first virtual Impact Unconference. With an overall theme of ‘collaboration’, it aimed to help participants generate ways to collaborate in order to build our future post Covid-19 so everyone can thrive. This was the first time the event had been run in New Zealand and I found it to…

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Learner agency and community building – lockdown lessons

One of the real joys I have had over the past month of lockdown has been watching my own children, as well as teachers and leaders right across New Zealand, try new things. We’ve also tried some new things at Learning Architects which has been fun. It’s also been a great way to prototype new solutions. Although it’s had its…

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