Wilding Moments


How might we make space for the natural world to accompany us in our working lives when so much takes place at a distance from nature? This glimpse takes place within a day-to-day learning setting. The practice described is about cultivating a sense of our own wildness via ‘wilding moments’ – invited in through improvised moments of poetry, presence and pause.


Author: Margaret Gearty 

Dr Margaret Gearty is an action researcher, who writer and founding director of New Histories Ltd. She is a professor of organizational learning at Ashridge Hult Business School in the UK. Her research interests include systemic change, activism(s) and learning histories. 

Contact: margaret.gearty@ef.com 


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