Sense-Making and Social Leadership

Learning Leaders Alliance Archive

Learning Leaders Global Online Forum 2021 - July 21, 2021

Julian Stodd

Author and Founder
Sea Salt Learning

There is a gap between theory and practice: the space in which we ‘make sense’ of what we learn and build the vocabulary and behaviors to put it into practice. In this session, we will explore how this ‘sense making’ works and consider the role of leaders in facilitating and enabling it.

We will consider the difference between individual and collective ‘sense making’ and the ways that our thinking is influenced or constrained by the context we already know, as well as understanding how leaders who demonstrate humility in their own understanding can create space for others to learn more effectively.

Session Video

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