In this blog, Immy outlines our upcoming plans to develop practical tools that support the design and redesign of more relationship-centred places.
Whilst the evidence for relationship-centred practice is compelling, good practice remains tucked away in pockets. Instead, many of our services, organisations and spaces are defined by transactional interactions; shallow, cold, impersonal exchanges which compromise effectiveness and gradually erode the fabric of our society.
Sharing good practice
We’ve seen that there are lots of things – both small and large – that can be done to promote and enable a more relational way of working. We don’t need to reinvent the wheel – there are answers out there.
Over the coming months, we want to add to the bank of examples and explore ways of making good relational practice more accessible and actionable.
Blueprints, Clues and Cues
Partner with us
We are looking for enthusiastic partners with experience to share. Initially, we are interested in working with a small number of projects (initially 3 to 6) on piloting this approach. If you’re interested in working with us, please get in touch with Immy at firstname.lastname@example.org