This podcast is about looking Beneath the Waves and how our physiology, emotions and feelings influence our thinking, behaviour and connection. We look to support those being hit by waves of change to increase their capacity beneath them, so we are more stable to support others and our actions. Each week we share expertise in leadership development that addresses basic human needs.
Episode 3 of Beneath the Waves Featuring Dr Alan Watkins
The final episode of the series from Beneath the Waves. We looked at what may/should stick in education. What do you think should? Alan Watkins, Sarah Watkins, and Dave Hughes provide precise insight into how education can provide more sophisticated learners.
This week we have Dr. Danish Mishra on Beneath the Waves we have. Danish started out in rocket science and he now helps organisations build competitive advantage. He is Complete’s head of analytics.
Danish specialises in understanding how knowledge, and specifically tacit knowledge, flows through networks, whether they are human, social, or computer networks. In his research career, he has worked on Formula One teams’ network to reveal how networks drive innovation and are a source of competitive advantage. Today, he uses his deep mathematical and management knowledge to tackle some of the toughest challenges in business – attrition, competitive advantage, organisational design, innovation, and engagement.
The impact of networks on education is becoming ever more prevalent as we are more digital.
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This video is about what lies Beneath the Waves of change. Episode 9 is about the process of EDI -Emerge, Differentiate and Integrate- How to leverage the expertise and buy in of your network mid-change.
This episode features the show's host, Matt Silver, speaking about his journey into education and leadership. Matt speaks of trauma and trust, building towards a better education system for the young people in it.
Beneath the Waves Episode 4 begins to look at how we can connect more deeply with others at a time when they very much need to be heard.
This video is about what is going on behind what we can see on the surface. We investigate the causes behind the waves of change crashing on the education system.
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Thank you to all who joined #beneaththewaves tonight. We took a tour around the universe of emotions and looked at some key skills preparing us for next week's episode (register below) on emotional shift with Alan Watkins. If you missed it:
To all those in education, keep leading the front line, but ensure you are in the right state to do so. #educationalleadership #schoolleaders #teachers #school
This podcast is taken from the Webinar- Beneath the Waves. It is about looking Beneath the Waves (surface behaviour and tangible impact) and how our physiology, emotions and feelings influence our thinking, behaviour and connection. We look to support those being hit by waves of change to increase their capacity beneath them, so we are more stable in support others.
This week we look at the impact of physiology, particularly the relationship between the lungs, heart, and brain, and provide techniques to find coherence and increase your capacity in challenging situations.
Your hosts are based in Education.
Matt Silver is a Head Teacher in an Outstanding SEND school in Harrow, a doctoral researcher in positive psychology and a lecturer on various Leadership Masters with the National College of education.
Dave Hughes has over 25 years in commercial business, largely working with Unilever. He is now a Senior Practioner with Complete, a coaching group that works with deep science and cutting edge practice to support the C-suite of business. Dave has been working with Matt's team for over a year and together are seeing profound results for staff and students alike.