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  • The portrait of Missy Higgins is wonderful. One of those Archibald entries that easily comes to mind, long after you have seen it- like Ben Quilty’s Margaret Olley. Great to see more of Kate Tucker’s work- beautiful stuff.

    The portrait of Missy Higgins is wonderful. One of those Archibald entries that easily comes to mind, long after you have seen it- like Ben Quilty’s Margaret Olley. Great to see more of Kate Tucker’s work- beautiful stuff.

  • The portrait of Missy Higgins is wonderful. One of those Archibald entries that easily comes to mind, long after you have seen it- like Ben Quilty’s Margaret Olley. Great to see more of Kate Tucker’s work- beautiful stuff.

    What a talent Kate Tucker is! Being in California this is my first introduction with her work and I am inspired by all of it. Really enjoyed this, Thank you.

    Able Leadership
    Kate Tucker

    Syngenta South Africa (Pty) Ltd

    2006, Jan

    Annotation: I've included here a slide deck that I developed for use with our leadership team and with our key talent group. I also presented it at a public seminar on Leadership.

    The fractals on slides two and four are background to a discussion about complexity and the beauty that can be perceived in complexity, as well as the fact that complexity can be 'zoomed' down to smaller and smaller (therefore more
    manageable) components, yet still remain complex and therefore beautiful. There is quite a bit of Nick Owen in this, some story telling, and my own concept "response-ability" - the ability to be
    responsible, take accountability and be responsive.

    I end with a story telling game; you can script this any way you wish and use it in many different circumstances. The idea is for one person
    (usually the Facilitator) to start the story with a carefully designed opening paragraph, after which the 'ball' of the story is passed from
    mouth to mouth, with each version adding their contribution. The story keeps changing and develops a great deal of richness as it moves to its conclusion. The Facilitator can choose to end it herself, or let it conclude within the group. (Best done is a talking circle, rather than
    in a room with a table or 'cinema' setting.


    Resource Files:
    Slide show (ppt )

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    Able Leadership
    Kate Tucker

    Syngenta South Africa (Pty) Ltd

    2006, Jan

    Annotation: I've included here a slide deck that I developed for use with our leadership team and with our key talent group. I also presented it at a public seminar on Leadership.

    The fractals on slides two and four are background to a discussion about complexity and the beauty that can be perceived in complexity, as well as the fact that complexity can be 'zoomed' down to smaller and smaller (therefore more
    manageable) components, yet still remain complex and therefore beautiful. There is quite a bit of Nick Owen in this, some story telling, and my own concept "response-ability" - the ability to be
    responsible, take accountability and be responsive.

    I end with a story telling game; you can script this any way you wish and use it in many different circumstances. The idea is for one person
    (usually the Facilitator) to start the story with a carefully designed opening paragraph, after which the 'ball' of the story is passed from
    mouth to mouth, with each version adding their contribution. The story keeps changing and develops a great deal of richness as it moves to its conclusion. The Facilitator can choose to end it herself, or let it conclude within the group. (Best done is a talking circle, rather than
    in a room with a table or 'cinema' setting.


    Resource Files:
    Slide show (ppt )

    (submitted by kate tucker)

     

    March 27, 2012 brings the release of Ghost of Something New, a collection of songs recorded with the Sons of Sweden and other longtime collaborators, in Seattle, Brooklyn, and Nashville. Kate wrote these songs while working on other projects including the White Horses LP and a second Sons of Sweden record that was never finished. After long development, Ghost of Something New emerges as somewhat of a departure from the melancholia of White Horses, Kate's most recent release, while hearkening back to the atmospheric mystery heard in Kate Tucker & the Sons of Sweden

Viewfinder – new paintings by Kate Tucker 25 St Edmonds Road Prahran

Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden’s sound had often been described as “cinematic,” so Tucker decided to follow that theme further with the new record and release each song with its own music video or short film. With that, The Shape The Color The Feel became an ambitious multimedia project, with ten music videos by eight different directors, plus three short films, a documentary, and an art installation. To fund the project, Tucker and the Sons of Sweden raised over $21,000 from their fans via Kickstarter.