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Describe yourself, briefly
I am a change agent, psychotherapist, catalyst and connection maker. I enable awareness in organisations and people so that beliefs, attitudes and behaviours can change.I passionately believe in freedom of heart and mind.
What do you do, mostly?
Facilitate change
What matters most in the world?
Relationships, community, belief and passion
If you were Prime Minister what would you do?
Adopt a long term economic and social strategy/ policies to engage and empower the disengaged and poorer members of our country - adopting a long term policy to remove our social/ criminal problems.
What does Soft Power say to you?
Doing whatever it takes non aggressively to create change.
Do you have children?
What would you like from this site?
Community, challenge, connection, action

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At 14:45 on May 4, 2015, abiola bawuah said…

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At 16:56 on March 4, 2011, indraadnan said…
Thanks Jennie - I'm with you on all your points. Alongside that however, I do wonder if there isn't a hidden opportunity for women in the BS. As I see it, BS is not a new idea - it already exists and is mostly run by women doing all the extra caring, including and integrating that the government cannot stretch to. What is remarkable is that only a handful of women have positions in the running of the BS Network and there is no consultation planned. If women could assert themselves- not necessarily as a group of complainants - but constructively for the jobs on offer, it could be the first time they get paid to do what they have been doing for nothing... Am I dreaming?
At 23:16 on March 3, 2011, indraadnan said…

Hi Jennie - Welcome to the site. Looking forward to your contributions. Does the Big Society mean change to you - or not?


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