Welcome to the online space for RSA Fellows in the London Region. You can meet other Fellows, post discussions on our forum, find out about local events and read the latest blogs.Fellowship events run by the region include lectures, workshops, network meetings, and social events.(image credit http://www.flickr.com/photos/tom-carden/2180541095/)See More
"Hi John and Jenny, and nice to see such a thriving discussion here!
One comment I'd make is that your use of the word interdisciplinary is encouraging John, and also highlights a key part of the strength of the RSA, that this is a community of…"
"Haha - lovely discussion topic David!
Who knows what can we agree on? (Obviously not on the value engaging online... ;-) I'm going to suggest a couple of things we probably do agree on, and one that I'm not sure about. I think we agree…"
"Thanks for setting this up Jemima, nice to have an online space to discuss the elections!
I won't restate too much of my candidate statement here (plus I really can't bear too much shameless electioneering!) so the main thing I thought…"
Update: Congrats to 'at large' candidates Andy Gibson, Charlotte Britton, Kathy Seddon, Ed Whiting, Jenny Bland and John Elliott who have all been elected to the Fellowship Council. Thank you for your participation in this group - hopefully it helped! Commiserations to Steve Coles and Richard Tyrie (20/7/12)From September, the RSA Fellowship Council will be made up of 14 national/ regional chairs, 14 national/ regional fellowship councillors and seven 'at large' councillors with specific…See More
Thanks. yes - good to 'meet' you too! I quite agree about 'Reasonable Adjustments'. The issue is getting employers/everyone to understand what that means. So if we can get an intelligent debate going about what it actually, practically would mean to implement - and how achievable it is - then more national organisations and employers would be able to avoid regularly breaking the Disability Discrimination Act..!.
Influential author and speaker Dr Brené Brown tackles the myth that vulnerability is a weakness. Instead, she argues, it is the clearest path to courage and meaningful connection, and has the power to transform the way we engage and educate.
With many of us facing an ever greater pace of change in our personal and working lives, leadership adviser and educator Richard Gerver reveals how to adapt and thrive - not to fear change but to see it as an opportunity for creative reinvention
To mark the launch of a new RSA pamphlet, we bring together an expert panel to discuss the growing use of digital money worldwide, highlight its potential and consider the issues that will facilitate or hamper its reach.