Seen Differently: Developing authenticity using video-dialogue

Our organizational and social interactions are increasingly seen through digital media as video and photography become ever more ubiquitous. In an interactive, experiential session, Dr. Steve Marshall explores this technological phenomenon and invites you to experience the use of 1:1 video dialogues in helping clients show up authentically and be fully ‘seen’ in their organizations. Steve’s work and research using visual methodologies addresses three main questions:

  • What does it mean to offer deep, focused attention in ‘seeing’ others?
  • How do we each respond to being ‘seen’?
  • What is the experience of fully ‘seeing’ ourselves?

This session will support anyone interested in developing the capacity to offer witness and high quality attention to others – no technical expertise is required!

Please register your interest using the below form.

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Event details

Date: Tuesday 3rd March 2020

Time: 09:00-13:30

Venue: Ashridge House, Berkhamsted, HP4 1NS

Ticket Price: £55.00 (All refreshments and lunch included)

Key contacts: If you have questions regarding the event, please contact:

Caroline Monfort:


09:00-09:30 | Registration and networking breakfast

09:30-12:30 | Seen Differently | Steve Marshall, Hult Ashridge

12:30-13:30 | Lunch

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Steve Marshall

Dr. Steve Marshall

I’ve always been fascinated by the different ways in which we see the world and first indulged this passion as a photographer, freelancing in the London media industry. Later as a military fighter pilot, I learned to obsess over the ‘picture’; the shared image of unfolding events that reflects the collective awareness of what is happening in complex air engagements.

I returned to my love of imagery in my doctoral thesis as I explored ‘creative identity’ and have since worked with video dialogues as a way to uncover authentic purpose in leaders and their teams.

At Ashridge, I am a supervisor on the Executive Doctorate in Organizational Change (with a particular interest in visual methods!) and work with a variety of corporate and institutional clients on leading organizational transformation.

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