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Events & Podcasts

 Events

On 4 November 2019, I ran a one day workshop for OD practitioners  exploring OD and Love.  We took a look at my research and used that as a jumping off point for exploring the implications for OD.  If love matters – and the research shows clearly that it does – then what is the role of OD to bring more love into our organisations?  But if it’s a problematic and possibly taboo topic – and the research shows clearly that it is –  then how do we manage that?  You can read a write-up of the workshop here.

And upcoming 2020 events include:

20 February: speaking at a Housing Association Leadership Conference

Either 2 or 5 March: a pop up workshop with a friend and colleague whose work is all about our relationship with time. Together we’ll be looking at how a better understanding of how we think about love and about time can influence the way we lead. Details coming soon.

1 April: speaking at the Public Services People Management Association Conference

23/24 April: a speaking slot and a workshop at the OD Network Europe Conference. Tickets available.

25 June: a workshop as part of the 6th Relational Coaching Conference on ‘Love over Fear’ at Ashridge. Tickets available

 

 

Podcasts & Interviews

 

 

Leading with Love with Chris Janzen - Ignition Show, Episode 19

I was recently interviewed by Chris Janzen, of The Ignition Show podcast about the research I’ve been doing into Love.  In it, we talk about messiness of emotions in working life, how I got interested in love in the first place and what we can do to help people connect with more love at work.

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Take a listen, and I’d love to know what you think on these and other subjects.

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Click to listen now…

Leading with Love with Alice Reeves of BelongCon, Episode 12

Why does talking about “love” in the workplace make people so squirmy, and why does it feel so alien? What does love mean to us, and why do we need more of it at work?

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So many of us feel like we need to separate our “real” and “work” selves, that there are parts of who we are that we can’t bring to the workplace, and that we can’t be honest about how we really feel.

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But what would happen if we COULD be radically honest at work, and not feel the pressure to always show the best version of ourselves?

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In this episode, Alice talks to leadership coach and author of an original piece of research on leadership and love, Helena Clayton. Helena has been working in leadership and organisational development for over 20 years. Mostly, she designs and runs global leadership programmes to deliver powerful learning and meaningful change in organisations and her past clients have included Lexmark, Virgin Atlantic, Jaguar Landrover and the UK Civil Service.

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