Member Since: 14th Apr 2009
I believe that learning is one of life’s greatest pleasures - it should be a joy and an adventure. I also know that deep, transformational learning happens when the body, mind, heart and spirit are all engaged in the learning experience. After more than 20 years’ experience of leading, managing, training, and developing people in the charity, housing association, and public sectors, I set up Saltbox Training & Events in 2009. Through Saltbox I now design and deliver inspiring training and events which take inspiration from nature, music, the arts, and holistic practices, as well as drawing on the latest findings from neuroscience and behavioural psychology to create powerful, memorable, transformative learning experiences.
Saltbox helps individuals and companies to perform better, achieve more, and be happier and healthier by increasing people's skills, knowledge, confidence, motivation, morale and wellbeing. We also run our own brain-friendly training venue – an inspiring meeting and learning space in the picturesque village of Nunney, near Frome, Somerset.
I’m a Master Facilitator for TetraMap®, a simple but powerful, values-based tool that helps individuals, teams and organisations to transform how they work by using nature as a metaphor, and I also lead the TetraMap Global Leadership Group.
My book, The Holistic Learning Handbook is due to be published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers later in 2019, and many of the ideas and principles covered in my TZ articles draw on elements of the book.
I love to be in nature, and believe that being connected to nature is essential for wellbeing, creativity and inspiration. I’m also a musician who loves American roots music including blues, gospel, old time, bluegrass and country. I sing and play guitar in an Americana band and run various music festivals, concerts and open mic sessions in and around Somerset.
Director Saltbox Training & Events
29th Apr 2019
Part one of Nicki Davey’s series on holistic learning explored why it’s important to engage the body, mind, heart and spirit in learning...