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city business walks ~ reflective walking for leaders

As part of Bristol Big Green Week, 14th - 22nd June, Netwalking South West

is offering this Reflective Walking for Leaders.


The background to offering this walk is that Rosalind J.Turner, group facilitator and founder

of NWSW is currently a student with the Bristol School of Social Entrepreneurs,

(Oct 13 - Oct 14), in addition, Rosalind has recently become enaged with a Leadership

Research Group who are exploring questions around how reflective walking can enhance

leadership practice.  This walk will include guest researcher Dr. Arthur Turner

from this Leadership Research Group.


Many leaders have used reflective walking as an essential part of their lives,

we invite you to join us to experience some reflective walking and consider how it could transform your working practices.


Meeting at Bordeaux Quay for 7.30am, we aim to leave at 7.50am we will walk

for approximately 1 hour around the harbourside, returning to Bordeaux Quay for 8.50pm.



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Friday 20th June


 Reflective Walking for Leaders


Meet at 7.30am at Bordeaux Quay

leaving at 7.50am ~ walking for approximately one hour then returning at 8.50am




Arthur is a leadership development specialist working from South Wales. He combines academic interests

with practical assignments and has been researching the role that walking can play in development opportunities

as well as in the fabric of everyday working in corporate and public service settings.


Within the Leadership Development Group he is interested in how walking, both in town and country, narrow or expansive, opens out opportunities for dialogue, storytelling, narrative and reflective spaces and sees that the lessons learnt from these can be applied in leadership settings to enhance and support corporate development and progress.


Arthur's approaches are collaborative and innovative and his curiosity has opened up many avenues of other research but particularly in the use of space and placeand the role artefacts plays in learning and the understanding of concepts.

Canon's Rd, Bristol, Avon BS1 5UH

Misty docks and Ashton Court Arthur Turner (2)

WHO IS IT FOR? This walk is aimed at professionals with leadership responsibilities.


WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE WALK? To offer you a brief taste of the work being developed by the Leadership Research Group, to gain feedback and to gauge what the possibilities might be for the commercial development of this work.


WHAT WILL YOU GET? An opportunity to experience and contribute to some current research and in addition  

gain some tools and techniques that you can begin to work with immediately within your own work place.


WHO ARE THE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT GROUP? Currently this group comprises a collection

of individuals spanning academia, team development work, private business coaching & facilitation. 

and complimentary approaches to whole person wellbeing.