Assumptions About Each Other And The Growth Of Our Businesses
[fullwidth backgroundcolor=”” backgroundimage=”” backgroundrepeat=”no-repeat” backgroundposition=”left top” backgroundattachment=”scroll” video_webm=”” video_mp4=”” video_ogv=”” video_preview_image=”” overlay_color=”” overlay_opacity=”0.5″ video_mute=”yes” video_loop=”yes” fade=”no” bordersize=”0px” bordercolor=”” borderstyle=”solid” paddingtop=”0px” paddingbottom=”0px” paddingleft=”0px” paddingright=”0px” menu_anchor=”” equal_height_columns=”no” hundred_percent=”no” class=”” id=””][fusion_text]A unique feature in my World is that formal modelling has become increasingly divergent from the real-world problems of practice. This divergence creates a gap between professional knowledge and the demands of real world practice that should be tailored to the unique requirements of the client system (Schön 1991). Those of us as practitioners (in this I include myself) who choose to remain on the high ground have continued to use formal models for complex problems, quite oblivious to the troubles incurred whenever a serious attempt is made to implement them. We may become selectively inattentive to data that falls outside our categories. Such strategies carry a danger of misreading situations, or manipulating them to serve our interest in maintaining our confidence in our standard models and techniques. My own behaviour relating to this would have been to be to ‘fill in the gaps’ to preserve my credibility.[/fusion_text][separator style_type=”none” top_margin=”15″ bottom_margin=”15″ sep_color=”” icon=”” width=”” class=”” id=””][fusion_text]Therefore, it seems “right to say that our knowing is in our action” (Schön 1991). How do we connect to a practice framework that acknowledges that knowing-in-action is a work practice to be used as an ongoing unfolding and evolutionary process in knowledge generation? Do we have a process may involve cumulative incremental processes in informational terms, image updates us, as a process?[/fusion_text][separator style_type=”none” top_margin=”15″ bottom_margin=”15″ sep_color=”” icon=”” width=”” class=”” id=””]

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Kieth Deats is a specialist in Equality-Based Practice and has committed his lifetime’s work and doctoral practice study to addressing equality at every level of society as a practitioner. He is driven to enable this with individuals, teams and leaders.

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[fusion_text]Kieth partners with peer practitioners and entrepreneurs, working to develop frameworks that introduce and integrate Equality-Based practices and management actions to update and evolve their enterprises. The goal is to sustain and increase rates of growth, with a determination to see each other’s success and the well-being of leaders and their organisations as a priority for Modern Enterprise.[/fusion_text][separator style_type=”none” top_margin=”20″ bottom_margin=”15″ sep_color=”” icon=”” width=”” class=”” id=””][fusion_text]Kieth is available to give talks, and enable the design and implementation of Equality-Based Practices in your own settings, and is contactable via[/fusion_text][separator style_type=”none” top_margin=”5″ bottom_margin=”5″ sep_color=”” icon=”” width=”” class=”” id=””][modal name=”contact-kieth” title=”” size=”small” background=”” border_color=”” show_footer=”yes” class=”” id=””] [contact-form-7 id=”342″ title=”Contact Us Form”] [/modal][/fullwidth]