Julie Allan
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Being and becoming in Bournmouth?

I'm really interested by the different contributions on the road to Bournmouth so far. Makes me reflect on what is already 'closer to home' for me and what requires more effort to understand or…Continue

Started Sep 24, 2013


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Julie Allan commented on AMED Admin's event 'Nora Bateson – Liminal Leadership'
"Hi all.  I'm a delegate on this so see you there if you can make it. It's a 4.30pm finish on Day 2 and there is a discounted rate at the Hilton if you need to stay - just get the info from Paul at Beyond:…"
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What are your top professional skills?
Chartered psychologist, accredited executive coach, certified supervisor, co-creator of new possibilities
What kinds of management education and development services are you involved in?
working to enable effective transitions, individual and organisational
What is your main interest in the AMED network?
inspiration, collegiate discussion/debate, collaboration
Please share your favourite management development insight or quote.
From Betty Sue Flowers, and used to connect me with supervisees or co-workers:
"As models of leadership shift to more distributed, shared networks. . . many people will need to be deeply committed to cultivating their capacity to serve what’s seeking to emerge"
What kind of person are you?
More about you (Short Bio or any other details you’d like people to know)
Particular interest in corporate wisdom and its development - author and speaker on that topic as well as on ethics, gestalt and story. Busy at the moment with story-based evaluation, which I love, coaching (love), and the transition from home educating my children following a house move in August. Probably love home ed more than navigating school. The connection between education and wisdom continues to give much pause for thought.
What I’d like from the AMED network is…
provocation and juxtaposition; colleagueship
What do you do for your own development?
write, work, raise a family, volunteer, yoga, reflect
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At 8:20 on June 20, 2013, Susan Kirkcaldy said…

Hello Julie, Its good to hear from you again.

Your note seemed to have got lost in my technology so am very pleased I have finally retrieved it.

Congratulations on embarking the PhD journey! Teriffic. I'm delighted for you. I'm assuming you will be focusing on wisdom theme in some way? Where are you registering? Who is working with you as supervisor?? Wonderful for you to be launching this now. If you ever want to discuss more I'd be very happy to explore...

I'm also wondering if you are planning to bring together the AMED Journal wisdom article contributers as you'd planned a while back?

Have a great summer and look forward to hearing more about how you develop your PhD work. I'm planning to start writing on developments emerging from my post phd/ consulting/ wisdom work later this year.... Thanks again for contacting me Susan

At 10:06 on October 25, 2012, Susan Kirkcaldy said…

Great to be connected here Julie. I'm very pleased to contribute to the 'Wisdom' Journal and even more so to see the theme of the 'Exploring Frontiers 2013' event emerging with a strong focus on wisdom too.... I also see that you went to the AMED Frontiers conference in 1998 and have good memories of that - me too. Interesting that we were both participants then and have such a good vibe remaining from it now. Seems like a great link that we have now properly connected. Many thanks!

At 5:06 on October 25, 2012, Paul Z Jackson said…

Glad you are bringing much-needed wisdom to Gloucestershire.

At 3:59 on November 18, 2011, Bob MacKenzie said…

Oops!  That'll teach me to jump the gun.  I see that your image is already there.

I'm looking forward to your Summer 2012 edition of e-O&P>

Best wishes.  Bob

At 3:58 on November 18, 2011, Bob MacKenzie said…

Dear Julie

Welcome to the AMED Network!


It would be a bonus if you could post an image of yourself on your Page, so that others can see who this 'Wisdom' person is.

Kind regards.  Bob


At 3:42 on November 18, 2011, Linda Williams said…

Welcome Julie to AMED. I have just sent you an invite to join the Full AMED Members Group which will enable you to view and download the e-O&P journal. Also featured your website in our Members Website page under the Resources tab. Please email if you have any queries. Kind regards, Linda


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