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Tributes to Kevin Kingsland
News of the death of Kevin Kingsland earlier this summer saddened members and staff of the British Psychological Society. Kevin served on the Society's Publications and Communications Board, and most recently had been part of the major project to redevelop the Society’s website. He was also a founding member of the Association of Business Psychologists and served as chairman.
Dr Graham Powell, Chair of the Publications and Communications Board paid tribute: “The Society always valued Kevin’s innovative work and his commitment to the development of the Society will be greatly missed. On behalf of the Society I offer our condolences to Kevin’s family and friends”.
In the 1970s Kevin introduced the Vision to Reality process to the corporate world. He often said that business is a product of the human mind; tapping its psychological roots provides meaning and enhances performance.
Kevin’s lifelong work was to create ‘Spectrum Theory’ - a multi-perspective theory of the construction of experienced reality. It embraced the whole person exploring bodywork, consciousness, natural organisation formation and the psychological basis of business.
See the memorial tributes at: www.kevinkingsland.com,.
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