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“A tale of two cities” – that’s how a colleague described Bristol when I asked for an introduction.  There’s something ominous about the image of parallel universes inhabiting the same space. In the Charles Dickens novel, the two citi (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: BLCC Annual Review 2018-19
We are delighted to share with you the Bristol Leadership and Change Centre Annual Review 2018-19. This annual review has been compiled to give an insight into some of the key projects we have been involved in over the past 12 months, as well as& (More)
jmenglishby wrote: BLCC Annual Review 2018-19
We are delighted to share with you the Bristol Leadership and Change Centre Annual Review 2018-19. This annual review has been compiled to give an insight into some of the key projects we have been involved in over the past 12 months, as well as& (More)
Guest post by Thomas Allan, Fellow, Centre for Welfare Reform What if Universities were seen as institutions with responsibilities to the societies they inhabit? What hope for a citizen-led, participatory curriculum to equip us with the knowledg (More)
By Holly Poole, Policy and Support Coordinator for Avon and Somerset Police. When I was asked to write this blog, I was a little hesitant to broadcast myself to the whole of the Force but I hope my blog may inspire others to take a step out of their (More)
Last week saw the Business School host the 10th Developing Leadership Capacity Conference (DLCC)with around 70 participants attending to present ideas and share knowledge. The DLCC was originally developed with the aim of having a combination of tho (More)
In March 2018 the topic of the month at Ujima Radio was Leadership. Alongside a range of local and national speakers Professor Richard Bolden, Director of Bristol Leadership and Change Centre, discussed the work that he and colleagues are doing in Br (More)
By Associate Professor Dr Doris Schedlitzki.   As a German national, I have always been both fascinated with and troubled by the romantic belief in leaders that seems to dominate life in organisations based in English speaking countries. Whe (More)