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The power of narrative in Higher Education

Using creative leadership and communication techniques, we help universities and their people align purpose, vision and narrative to realise their ambitions. We understand the risk, excitement, uncertainty and fun that go with professional development that transforms.

We can help your talent to shine. We’ll work with you to build your organisation’s capacity to engage your audiences. To communicate what makes you distinctive; a leader and pathfinder. To make the invisible visible.

 

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Where is your heart?

To act with compassion requires a degree of courage – one must go beyond the technical, the imperative, the rules of organisations and beyond past practice – to invent new practices that have within them empathy and love and a readiness to connect to others” (Frost, 1999).
How do we align our hearts with our professional lives? Louise Clifton explores the role of questions and language in building compassion in a new blog for the Staff Development Forum.
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  • Combating the commercial narrative

    Combating the commercial narrative

      It’s time to tackle ‘value for money’, so what can universities do to combat the commercial narrative?   Value for money. It’s important to start with these three words so we can see them …Read More »
  • Writing for different audiences?

    Writing for different audiences?

      How do you write for different audiences? And how do you do this without losing what makes your writing uniquely yours? These are questions we’re often asked. Here, Jamie Jauncey considers whether these are …Read More »
  • Friday G&T

    Friday G&T

      Discover your Friday G&T (Gift & Tonic); a short piece of writing to spark a moment of creativity or create a minute of stillness. Published every Friday, these pieces are here to give your week …Read More »
  • Show me why and how you care

    Show me why and how you care

      Internationalisation for universities is no longer just a question of how many international students you can recruit. The cultural value of working alongside people from across the world goes much deeper. But when you’re …Read More »