“If you want to build a ship, don't drum up men to gather wood, give orders and divide the work. Rather, teach them to yearn for the far and endless sea.”

Events

Lincoln Workshop Series

Facilitators:  Maureen McKenna, David Shaked, Lesley Moore
Dates: April 16th to 20th, 2012
Venue: Missenden Abbey
Great Missenden
Buckinghamshire, UK
Cost: From £1,000

Building on what participants already know about Appreciative Inquiry and designing change processes, this workshop will extend your knowledge, skills and talents, enabling you to design and facilitate in increasingly inventive and innovative ways. This programme holds the key to mastery in the field of designing learning and change interventions in and across organizations.

Positive and Appreciative Leadership

Hosted by:  Sarah Lewis, Anne Radford and Lesley Moore
Date: 23rd June 2011
Venue: Upstairs @ The Perseverance
63 Lambs Conduit Street
London
WC1N 3NB
Time: 3pm – 7pm
Cost: £90.00

We would like to invite you to be part of this conversation. Why not join a small group of leaders from across the commercial, voluntary and public sectors to explore the changing nature of leadership? Our constantly fast changing futures bring up opportunities and challenges. This conversation will provide a moment to pause and consider how best to travel forward using the best knowledge and experience available: our own and one another’s.

Strengths Based Working: Delivering The Impossible Regularly

23–25 June 2010

Lesley is delighted to be posting details about this energising two-day workshop taking place in the beautiful city of Lincoln in June 2010. The intention is to provide a space in which people from the public sector have opportunities to breath, reflect, share insights and new perspectives from around the world; re-energise and refocus themselves and the valuable work that they do. An early bird rate is available for those booking before the end of 2009.

“Our aspirations are our possibilities” - Robert Browning

Making Research Count: Effective Safeguarding

February–March 2009