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The joys and pitfalls of being all-knowing

Is being all-knowing a bad thing?

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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.

 

 

Invisible Grail is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for the Start-up Learning Provider of the Year 2019 in the Learning Awards. Run by the Learning & Performance Institute, the awards will take place on Thursday 7 February 2019.

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  • The joys and pitfalls of being all-knowing

    The joys and pitfalls of being all-knowing

    To seem all-knowing can be an irritating quality. Yet when it signals a trustful working relationship, it’s quite the opposite of a problem. Paul Gentle argues that in helping others to know us better, we …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 a …Read More »
  • The Lonely King part II

    The Lonely King part II

    The Lonely King seeks help In the first instalment we met King Philip of Mantava. Philip has been King for many years now, and yet he has a disquieting feeling that he could, and should, …Read More »
  • Case Study: Curating our narrative

    Case Study: Curating our narrative

    University of Edinburgh   This programme gave us a moment to recognise our commonality with one another and to use this to create a shared narrative for the future of our School. In working with …Read More »