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“Did we go about together?” My Aunt and Alzheimer’s

“Did we go about together?” My Aunt and Alzheimer’s

90 and where she would rather not be My 90-year-old aunt Elspeth lives in a nursing home where she would rather not be. Ellie, as she likes to be called, would prefer to be at home in her own flat with a view of her beloved Pentland Hills. Ellie looks like a Celtic Queen. She is … Continued

Holiday Musings on Tribal Learning by Capucine Carrier, Change Consultant

Holiday Musings on Tribal Learning by Capucine Carrier, Change Consultant

Summer holidays. A time for letting the mind wander from one idea to another, connecting the dots in less automatic ways. This morning, a friend’s 11-year old son told me about his passion for the game of Minecraft. I usually stop truly listening after the seventh zombie or third giant frog, but this time, he was … Continued

The Deep Dive: how writing helped me to find out what I do

The Deep Dive: how writing helped me to find out what I do

It took me more than six months to write the copy for my website KellowLearning.com. I don’t regret the time I spent because the act of writing about leadership and learning helped me to discover what I think. Writing about what I do, day after day, was a ‘deep dive’ into who I am, and what I do. And the benefit of the ‘deep dive’ is that I was able to make a far better website than I could ever have imagined.