Do come and join us for any of the following programme of gatherings. We are a friendly, open, informal and generous community. We welcome everyone who is interested in any form or context of writing, reading and conversation for personal, professional, organisational or creative development. As critical friends, we are always looking for opportunities to support and celebrate each other’s writing (and reading) projects, enthusiasms and interests, in any way we can. Normally, we meet on the 3rd Friday afternoon of every even-numbered month at Roots and Shoots London SE11 6DN from 1.15 to 4.30 pm, unless shown otherwise.
Unfolding AWG schedule for 2017
So far, we have planned the following list of events for 2017. We may add others from time to time. These events are open to everyone, whether or not they are subscribing Members of AMED. So please feel free to spread the word. You are welcome to contact me at any time if you ave any questions or suggestions. I do hope that we'll get to meet in 2017. Best wishes. Bob MacKenzie E: email@example.com.
17 February – 'Reflective journaling and appreciative inquiry', with John Sweet
16 March – 'Trust in organisational life': a post-publication Gathering and co-inquiry, with Rob Warwick and Bob MacKenzie
21 April – 'Catalytic conversations', with Shelagh Doonan
20 May – Annual Writing Workshop, Brighton Friends Meeting House (theme tbc)
9-12 June - 'Open Source Praxis', Tostat (tbc)
23 June – 'Tales of conflict and change from a university Writing Centre', with Joe Franklin
6 July – 'Exploring the dynamics of complaints', with Robin Shohet, Maria Arpa and others,
18 August –'Writing for containment and reciprocity in professional relationships and organisations', with Anna Fairtlough
20 October – 'Sharing experiences of facilitation through writing', with Steve Dilworth
18 December – 'Private Passions, and highlights of our writing year', with Bob MacKenzie
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Started by Bob MacKenzie Aug 27, 2011.
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