Posted on August 10, 2014Posted by Owen Jarvis
Six months of hard work and planning was all worth it. Sinem, Stuart, Narin and I sat exhausted in the pub at the end of a fantastic day of designing, discussing and playing games for social change, with a wonderful group of social leaders.
The ‘inaugaral” leadership games took place at an iconic site – Gilwell Park, home of the scout movement, and home to games and play as a source of personal development for nearly 100 years.
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Tags: Clore Social Fellows; Clore Social Leadership; Clore Social Leadership Programme; Innovation; Leadership.
Posted on February 1, 2014Posted by Owen Jarvis
In July this year it will be two years since London hosted the spectacle of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, showcasing regeneration and promising a sporting legacy.
Games and play are important for social leaders.
Firstly, in the busy and often serious business of social leadership, games allow us to take time out, to absorb our attentions and relax. They are a part of “looking after yourself”.
Posted on September 16, 2013Posted by Owen Jarvis
Social leaders need to think more like designers and designers need to think like social leaders.
That’s the view I’ve come to having immersed myself in the world of innovation and service design thinking for the past year as part of my Clore Social Leadership Fellowship.
Tags: Clore Social Fellows; Clore Social Leadership Programme; Innovation; Leadership; Social enterprise.
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