Monthly Archives: May 2010

Power and Love and Adam Kahane

Last week, I was delighted to have wangled an invitation (thanks to the power of networks!)  to a LUBS CIHM network event with Adam Kahane, who is doing the rounds in the UK at the moment, promoting his new book … Continue reading

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Exciting times

With the outcome of the election settled, the sense of possibility and potential is as welcome as it is unexpected.   Seems that Cameron and Clegg are finding common ground in very productive places – such as, devolving power and opportunity … Continue reading

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So who should be Prime Minister?

I got sent this wonderful, tongue in cheek but nonetheless provocative, calculation, based on several conflict, mediation and choice theories, written by Gordon Burt  of the Conflict Research Society. David Cameron and Nick Clegg are having constructive talks and Alex … Continue reading

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