Mayvin Community Events

‘Why are there so few women CEOs and Chairs in International NGOs?’ – Findings from Women’s International Leadership Development’s (WILD) Action Research Project

‘Why are there so few women CEOs and Chairs in International NGOs?’ – Findings from Women’s International Leadership Development’s (WILD) Action Research Project

Mayvin Director Sarah Fraser and Penny Lawrence from Women’s International Leadership Development (WILD) are organisers of the event: Feminist futures – leadership, diversity and women. This event will address some of the trickiest issues around women in leadership and the wider agenda of diversity and feminist leadership. And to complement the event, WILD is sharing information on their action …

Artful Approaches to Organisational Change: How can Imaginative & Creative Approaches Help Communicate Organisational Challenges?​

Artful Approaches to Organisational Change: How can Imaginative & Creative Approaches Help Communicate Organisational Challenges?​

Together with the Mayvin Community, we’ve been exploring how an artful approach can create the spaces of reflection needed for more open, honest conversations about change in organisations. The focus of our most recent event was Artful Approaches to Organisational Change where we explored how an artful approach can create the spaces of reflection needed …

How do vulnerability and expertise come together in your practice and in your particular context?

How do vulnerability and expertise come together in your practice and in your particular context?

Together with the Mayvin Community, we’ve been exploring practice-based learning in uncertain times. In this blog we share some of the insights about practice development, expertise and vulnerability from our event: Practice-based learning in your world. What’s the relationship between vulnerability and expertise in your practice and your particular context? At our latest Mayvin Community event …