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    • Creating a Professional Learning Community: Embedding AI in a Complexity-Thinking Framework 

      Jansen, C. (University of Canterbury. School of Sciences and Physical Education, 2011)
      This article explores an approach to developing organisational and leadership capacity through the development of a professional learning community. This particular community was formed using an approach that integrates ...
    • Developing challenging young people: Honouring their authentic story 

      Jansen, C.; Pawson, P. (European Science and Art PublishingUniversity of Canterbury. School of Sciences and Physical Education, 2011)
      Worldwide, a multitude of adventure-based outdoor programmes exist that are designed to develop 'challenging' young people. Recently, Aotearoa/ New Zealand has seen a resurgence of interest from central government in ...
    • Developing professional learning communities through Appreciative Inquiry 

      Jansen, C. (University of Canterbury. School of Sport & Physical Education, 2012)
    • Experiential Approaches with Challenging Adolescents 

      Jansen, C. (University of Canterbury. School of Sciences and Physical Education, 2004)
      Experiential approaches with challenging adolescents are numerous and widely varied both in New Zealand and around the world. This paper begins by defining „challenging adolescents‟ and „experiential approaches‟. It then ...
    • Exploring Education for Sustainability in Training Outdoor Educators 

      Jansen, C.; Boardman, E. (University of Canterbury. School of Sciences and Physical Education, 2011)
    • Exploring emergence in complexity research: Comparison of emergence across projects 

      Hussain, H.; Conner, L.; Jansen, C.; Mayo, E. (University of Canterbury. School of Sciences and Physical Education, 2010)
      This symposium explores emergence in research projects that are dynamic and complex, where researchers are constantly changing the direction of the project as it unfolds. It presents a theoretical framework for such an ...
    • Leaders building professional learning communities: appreciative inquiry in action 

      Jansen, C.; Conner, L.; Cammock, P. (University of Canterbury. School of Sciences and Physical EducationUniversity of Canterbury. Geological SciencesUniversity of Canterbury. Management, 2010)
      This article explores an approach to developing organisational and leadership capacity through the development of a professional learning community. The project involved 25 managers of adolescent-focused non-government ...
    • Leadership for Emergence: Exploring organisations through a living system lens 

      Jansen, C.; Cammock, P.; Conner, L. (University of Canterbury. School of Sciences and Physical EducationUniversity of Canterbury. Management, 2011)
      In this article, we outline a research project with adolescent-focused NGOs (non-government organisations) in Christchurch, New Zealand. This project involved 25 managers who used appreciative inquiry process methodology ...
    • Leading and managing: People, culture and vision 

      Jansen, C. (University of Canterbury. School of Sport & Physical Education, 2012)
      Overview • leadership vs management • building engagement • cranking up our leadership 1. proactive mentoring 2. fostering interaction 3. shared power 4. collective values and vision
    • Leading and managing: People, culture and vision 

      Jansen, C. (University of Canterbury. School of Sport & Physical Education, 2012)
    • Leveraging system thinking in schools 

      Jansen, C. (University of Canterbury. School of Sport & Physical Education, 2012)
    • Positive Youth Development in Aotearoa 

      Jansen, C.; Bruce, J.; Williams, A.; Campbell, J.; Pawson, P.; Harrington, J.; Major, D. (University of Canterbury. School of Sciences and Physical Education, 2010)
      Positive Youth Development (PYD) has been described as an “approach that guides communities in the way they organise programmes, people and supports so that young people can develop to their full potential “(Pittman). This ...
    • Schools as Learning Communities? Leadership through Appreciative Inquiry 

      Jansen, C.; Cammock, P.; Conner, L. (University of Canterbury. School of Sciences and Physical Education, 2010)
      This paper outlines evidence emphasizing the importance of educational leaders prioritizing the development of ‘learning communities’ within the staff and students at their schools. It suggests that although schools are ...
    • Seeding educational innovation: Emergence through adaptive leadership 

      Jansen, C. (University of Canterbury. School of Sport & Physical Education, 2012)
    • Situational Leadership for Developing Group Culture 

      Jansen, C. (University of Canterbury. School of Sciences and Physical Education, 2008)
      Professionals working with groups of young people often experience the following challenge: “How do we develop the motivation and cohesion of this group to allow us to work on the key objectives we are here for?” This paper ...
    • Strategising towards 'inside-out' organisational change 

      Jansen, C. (University of Canterbury. School of Sport & Physical Education, 2012)
      Overview • our change inquiry • frameworks for leading change • positive deviancy /outliers • diffusion of change • organisational change processes
    • To all the edupreneurs 

      Jansen, C.; Doig, C. (University of Canterbury. School of Sport & Physical Education, 2012)