Nick’s work in Ingage spans movement-building, hosting boundary-spanning conversations, offering bespoke support for collaborative leadership teams and enabling others to discover and develop transformative practices.
He has lived and worked in Scotland for 25 years. Early on, he was involved with establishing community social and environmental action groups and networks, as well leading transformative learning experiences for groups. This evolved into working within large complex systems (public/philanthropy/private sector), supported by his doctoral research at Bath University Centre for Action Research in Professional Practice – which focussed on developing learning spaces for pioneers in community resilience.
Nick lives in Falkland, Fife, with his wife Tara and sons Eisean and Oran. He plays the fiddle and is exploring how creative improvisation can connect music, work and life…