Sharing two of Claire Pearce's podcast episodes.
Write Enjoy Repeat gives you a chance to hear from everyday people about why they love to write and why you should try it.
“Writing, usefully, slows you down” with Bob MacKenzie
“It's the coming home-ness of it.” with Shelagh Doonan
Invitation for Contributions
Special issue of the AMED Journal e-O&P that will be published during the week commencing the 1st December 2021. The current working title is 'From Ego to Eco: Organising for a Regenerative Future'. Please get in touch by 8th May with your ideas or proposal.
A mix of older and younger voices look back and mostly forward to a future of hope for AMED.
AGM Minutes & Post-AGM event videos 24th September 2020
If you missed our AGM you can view and download the Minutes, Highlights of Trustees Report and year-end accounts from our website.
Please see below YouTube videos of Julie Allan on Thresholds Imagination, Bella Mehta facilitating a discussion on increasing diversity and Shelagh Doonan sharing her experience of the ‘CAT course on Zero Carbon Britain’.
AMED is the Association for Management Education and Development.
We are a long-established membership organisation and educational charity devoted to developing and supporting people and organisations. As an outpost of independence, we serve as a forum for people who want to share, learn and experiment, and find support, encouragement, and innovative ways of communicating. We collaborate with like-minded individuals and networks.
Do you care about the world of work and its impact on individuals, families, society and the environment?
If so, we would love to hear from you.
Turner's Oak in the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Photo: Wim Brinkerink, MonumentalTrees.com
Transitioning through turbulent times: a context
We find ourselves in a period of troubling uncertainty, occasioned by unresolved Brexit arrangements, by the climate emergency, by COVID-19 issues and by the ‘Black Lives Matter’ campaign, amongst other forces. So the combined Spring/Summer 2020 edition of our journal e-Organisations and People is devoted to exploring the theme of personal and organisational transitions, and its implications for AMED and our constituencies.
We are still here
In these times of turbulent transition, we want to reassure all of us that we’re still very much open for business, if not ‘as usual’. We’d like to express our solidarity with everyone, and do all that we can to support and sustain each other in spirit of community and critical friendship. Above all, we wish you well.
Our events continue
Our scheduled programme of events will continue as planned, now virtually, and we’re looking forward to connecting with our networks in this way. As well as addressing the threats and challenges presented by the climate emergency and COVID-19, we remain open to the possibilities and opportunities that arise for doing things differently – and better. We welcome all feedback, suggestions and offers about how we might do this.
Please don’t hesitate to let us know if there’s anything within our powers that we can do to help AMED and the wider community. Our Virtual Office remains open, and Linda will make sure that your message is well received and addressed by whichever of us is most appropriate. Our contact details are:
W: www.amed.org.uk; ; T: 0300 365 1247; E: email@example.com
If any members and networkers would like to share any offers of support directly, please feel free to post them on our Members Offers page.
With very best wishes
The AMED2020 Hosting Team
Image: Earthrise as seen from Moon Orbit. Apollo 8, December 24, 1968. Photo: NASA