Next month I will be launching a downloadable Reflective Guide which tells the fictional story of development project in Tanzania and the person who was inspired to set it up.  At the end of each chapter there will be questions and exercises to stimulate thought and discussion.  The guide can be used on your own or to shape a group process within your organisation or a group of peers.

The content in the guide is inspired by years of work as a development practitioner and countless conversations with all kinds of people from researchers to other practitioners, and from people with good ideas to those who think that development is doomed.  My hope is that the guide will, if you choose to read it, encourage you to think about your practice with some new perspectives and ask questions about how and why you do things the way in which you do.  It will look at how you came to be working in development in the first place and what your values and motivation are as well as looking at organisational narratives and practice.  In some small way this guide is my contribution to helping you to keep thinking and questioning so that we all stay alive to change.  I believe that by looking at the world and our work in new ways we can stay open to the possibility of change which enriches what we do.

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