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Innocence

Our shame culture detaches us from our child-like innocence. Our Source of creativity. “…the first step toward creating the life you want, is to courageously show your vulnerability to the world.”  Our relationship with innocence As children, we are born innocent, beautiful and happy. Our innocence is the key to our wonder with the world – everything is

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My Vulnerability

So here I present my vulnerability. I will lead by example, as all good Servant Leaders should. I will allow myself to be seen by you in the hope that you will allow yourself to be seen by others. I will omit some details as I don’t wish to add to the shame of others. I’m

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What the F*** Does Corbyn Know About Leadership?

The UK’s Labour Party Leadership Election is won. Next… Is Jeremy Corbyn the man we need to lead the country?! “This kind of (genuine) leadership (within community and voluntary organisations) relationship is something that is quite special and memorable…” “…It’s something that we should aim for if we wish to secure a sustainable future for

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Dave’s Year: Looking back on 2015

David discusses traveling, tribe and learning to move with the current of life “With these options in mind, I decided to return to the UK, get a dead-end job for six months, save and go. Remaining “out of context” seemed by far the best option, until I got to Bristol…” This year has been pretty

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Leadership: A Service

Pointing out an approach to Leadership that would Change the World “…it is the responsibility of organisations to re-create a sense of community, which can only be achieved by servant leaders” “Servant leadership” has become popular in the 21st century, although the term was first coined by Robert Greenleaf in the 1960-70s. Greenleaf had a background in

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Distributed Leadership

“Distributed Leadership” differs from others as it does not involve a leader and many followers. Rather the situation is of many leaders, who are followers simultaneously/inter-changeably. It lacks a universally accepted definition (Wright, 2008). These theories have been dated back to 1250BC (Oduro, 2004, p. 4) and consider leadership to be a collective social process