Narrative

Writing a New Story: Leadership in Changing Times

Kanada Elizabeth Gorla | Posted 19.11.2014 | UK
Kanada Elizabeth Gorla

The question is not whether we are leaders but what we are leading ourselves and others towards? Leadership is intimately bound up with narrative, and the work of developing leaders, if it is to be relevant, must concern itself with the wider context of the narratives we find ourselves in and those we are creating with every choice we make.

Tell-Tale Signs: Decoding the Secrets of the Corporate Grapevine

Lynn Shepherd | Posted 12.04.2014 | UK
Lynn Shepherd

Once upon a time we all told stories. As children we learn about the world outside through our parents' fairy tales. Wolves, beasties and wicked stepmothers teach us that danger lurks for the unwary and we should always try to be brave, tell the truth, and avoid hurting other people's feelings...

Immigration: We Need That Other Story of Britain

John Jackson | Posted 25.01.2014 | UK Politics
John Jackson

We are in great need of the other story of Britain. The one where millions of us get on with our lives and get on with each other. That everyday local experience provides the building blocks of our national experience. It should no longer remain invisible. The story of new neighbors who have become true friends has never been told, now is the time to start telling it.

Cybergeddon: Don't Keep Calm, But Carry On!

Dr Lynette Nusbacher | Posted 16.12.2012 | UK Tech
Dr Lynette Nusbacher

One of the great weaknesses of Western preparation for the strategic future of cyberspace is that we lack a coherent narrative for ordering and unders...

An Accessory

Joanna Papageorgiou | Posted 13.09.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Joanna Papageorgiou

Mersina's dad wrote a piece for my blog for last year's Father's Day. It was quite an honest account of him becoming a father. He mentions not speakin...