I'm a fairly new Fellow (please be gentle with me).
I want to take advantage of my newness before I forget what it feels like and suggest that there might be ways that new Fellows could be supported as part of the induction process. If the suggestions fall on fertile ground I'm happy to devote some time to helping that happen.
I was fortunate enough to attend an excellent New Fellows event a bit more than a week ago, which has coincided with me shifting from being a pretty…Continue
Summary: there is no simple proposition for joining or staying with the RSA. To understand the potential we may need to think about our roles as consumers, donors, voters, challengers ... but most of all as creative collaborators.
I guess we all come across the headline question when it is time to renew ... or when…Continue
Over the next few months there will be a number of opportunities for Fellows who would like to become more engaged on a voluntary basis in the way the RSA is run – and my colleague Brinda Sittapah, the RSA’s Governance Manager outlines what is happening and the opportunities available:
Q) What are the available posts? A) We’re looking for three…Continue
Added by Viv Long-Ferguson on May 24, 2012 at 10:00 — No Comments
RSA NE held a very challenging event in Darlington on Tuesday 15th May exploring the topic of combating the sexual exploitation of children. Wendy Shepherd, who is on the frontline of Barnardo's efforts in the region, shared her experiences of what is really happening under our noses with a very provocative call to action.
I've put together a Storify record of the event at…Continue
Added by Jamie Cooke on May 17, 2012 at 9:01 — No Comments
Who I Am
A recent transplant to London, I am an experienced sustainability professional, specifically a project and programme manager specializing in carbon and sustainability consulting and organizational development seeking opportunities to shape thought and practice leadership.
Affiliations: Fellow at the Royal Society for the Arts; Intern, Young Foundation
After eight years advancing sustainability, primarily in the…Continue
Added by Cyrus Bhedwar on May 15, 2012 at 14:46 — No Comments
I’ve just stepped back from my role, volunteering to organise RSA Fellow’s events in Kent. I have carried out this work for around four years. I never particularly had a passion for such things but I have always felt the potential when Fellows get together.
I have helped coordinate events on subjects from the economy to the environment, talks from local people of merit and local organisations. I have helped set up talks, panel discussions,…Continue
Added by David Biggs on May 8, 2012 at 12:53 — No Comments
There are big changes underway in the Fellowship team. Michael Ambjorn, Head of Fellowship, guest blogs to explain more...
At the RSA, we’ve been working with Fellowship networks for some years. Our aim has been to provide opportunities for the most active and innovative Fellows to support each other and to help the RSA meet its goals.
I am excited to announce a new phase in our efforts.…