“We became human around a fire at night”, said Peter Willis, as we talked with him about the power of reflective learning. “Conversation is more primitive than we think”. Peter is interviewing senior leaders each week over 16 weeks to capture their reflective learning.
Cities have registered 95% of Covid-19 cases. As a key partner in our Resilient Leadership initiative, Lauren Sorkin, Acting Executive Director, Global Resilient Cities Network, writes on how resilience leadership in cities is critical.
Honest reflections help us to learn from crisis and become better and more resilient leaders. Whether Cape Town’s Day Zero retrospectively, or now Covid-19 in real-time, when we’ve shared these reflections, the response has been phenomenal. People can learn, in a more dynamic way, to gain insight on what matters for resilience.
In an uncertain and complex world, resilience matters. Resilience is the ability to withstand, adapt to changing conditions, and recover positively from shocks and stresses. The Resilience Shift is a catalyst for positive change toward more resilient infrastructure. Our mission is to help ensure the safety and continuity of the critical infrastructure and services that […]
Dr Juliet Mian and Pasquale Capizzi opened the 2019-20 sustainable infrastructure lecture series from UCL Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management.
The importance of resilient infrastructure systems has featured widely at World Water Week. Eleanor Earl, Project Leader for our work on water resilience shares some early reflections.
A resilient water governance digital tool, WaterShare, was introduced at the Global Engineering Congress – it is being developed by Resilience Shift and the City Water Resilience Framework in partnership with SIWI and OECD.
We interviewed Amanda Janoo on alternative economic thinking on the resilience challenges for economic and industrial policy. What’s your view?