|Other roles:||Company Director|
|Languages:||English, Basic Spanish (still learning)|
|Country:||United Kingdom |
|Today is: 22, March 2018|
I specialize in the design of distributed-leadership learning programs for executive teams in entrepreneurial and large firms. In particular our designs focus on developing executives' decision-making capacities in uncertain, complex and ambiguous environments.
I am Director of Training Games, Spain
I'm a Visiting Lecturer for the MBA and Entrepreneurship Programs at the European Business School, London, ESEC-Toulouse University, Barcelona and at the Barcelona Management Institute. I was Founding member of the Barcelona Entrepreneurship City Group.
Between 2004-08 I was the learning facilitator on the Park Royal Partnership 'Entrepreneurial Mentoring Program' for Small & Medium Size enterprises. I am lead adviser to the GBP15m London Carnival Village capital Project and Director of the related Yaa Asantewaa Arts & Community Centre, London.
I hold a number of directorships, advise, consult and publish in the area of Strategic and Entrepreneurial Learning.
Recent publications include :
C.W.J.A., Gonsalves, E. (2008). Entrepreneurial Resource, Organizational Learning and Strategy-Making: Linking Theory and Empirical Design in R. T. Harrison, & C. M. Leitch (Eds.), Entrepreneurial Learning: Conceptual Frameworks and Applications. London: Routledge.
I am especially interested in how the works of Augusto Boal in producing theater can be used to break down and reconstruct the teacher-student relationship in Business School University Education and also how his approach might benefit re-conceiving the relationship between trainer-trainee in Corporate Training programs. Boal's work in theater was developed alongside that of his compatriot and friend Paulo Freire who's work I increasingly wish to build into my developing contribution and learning as a University teacher and Corporate Trainer.
Feedback & Notes from my WikiNeighbours
(: You're doing great, Ed. I suggest you keep practicing the tutorials in your sandbox page and add to the headings on your userpage. --Nellie Deutsch 15:32, 17 December 2009 (UTC))
(: Thanks Nellie. I'm very slow so stay with me;). Doing lots in the sandbox but more anxious in userpage- still I've got a photo and some bits up and aligned!!--Ed Gonsalves 16:03, 17 December 2009 (UTC))
- (: You're doing great. No need to worry since you can always edit. --Nellie Deutsch 16:20, 17 December 2009 (UTC))
Alternative Teaching methods and add your comments, criticisms, more methods, or reflections. Just try it. Cheers, Phil. --Phil Bartle 11:01, 15 December 2009 (UTC) (UTC)
*Hey, thanks Phil...I suspect that we have a few things in common when it comes to evolving teacher practice...although it will take me another 40 years to get to anywhere near your level of generating and sharing know-how. Thank you for all.
I would think you have many alternative methods of teaching in your field.--Phil Bartle 12:31, 16 December 2009 (UTC)
Welcome to eL4C33
- Hello and welcome to eL4C33, a free online Learning4Content wiki skills workshop.
- You may wish to check the Daily Instructions for the workshop, introduce yourself, and check the list of participants.
- Whenever you have the time, click on each of the above links and/or start ahead of time with the workshop.
- Your facilitators:
(: Welcome Edward. EL4C32 is half over so you have some work to do to catch up. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. Cheers Rob Kruhlak 22:14, 29 November 2009 (UTC))
|Work in progress, expect frequent changes. Help and feedback is welcome. See discussion page.|
(: Dear Ed Gonsalves, welcome to the WikiEducator family. I am your WikiNeighbour and available to assist anytime. Kindly Edit this page and fill in the infobox with the details available. You may leave me a note anytime HERE--Victor P. K. Mensah 19:42, 18 June 2009 (UTC))