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Nadia von Holzen

Happy Learning Moments 2022

After another extraordinary year In many aspectsIt’s time for me to say  THANK YOU For your inspiration For reading and contributing For caring and sharing  For your collaboration For being in conversation with youFor the many learning moments  we hadFor exploring together what... Continue Reading →

How to train your feedback practice: Give feedback with care and compassion

When was the last time you provided feedback to someone? Do you remember why you gave feedback? Since my work around feedback with Ewen and the lecture of Thanks for the Feedback. The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well,... Continue Reading →

How to navigate paradoxical challenges as a team with Wicked Question from Liberating Structures

Do you recognize this? In your daily work you must proceed quickly and in a agile way so that you can deliver your work. At the same time you must take the time to think slowly and deepen your understanding... Continue Reading →

How to train your feedback practice: Receiving feedback with openness and curiosity

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Testing Min Specs – a Liberating Structures for crystallizing the essence – with the KM4dev community

Min Specs is fabulous Liberating Structures for crystallizing the essence. The KM4dev community tested it during a Knowledge Cafe for gaining insights on the question: How everyone can be engaged and contribute his/ her knowledge?

Stopping old meeting habits. How an eager team is having fun with Liberating Structures

“How wonderful our team met with a new way of having our meetings. Now we are challenged.” That could be the feedback of one of my clients from an academic institute after a Liberating Structures immersion workshop. Since our in-house... Continue Reading →

What do you manage when you are the facilitator?

Time?The process?Room arrangements?Expectations?Results?Others?Yourself? This question came up recently when Ewen Le Borgne and I conducted an in-house online facilitation training with a global action network. As a sort of afterthought, we reflected the above and some more questions were asked... Continue Reading →

There is no ordinary only extraordinary.

It takes the ordinary to recognise the extraordinaryNoticing a dandelion So commonBlooming in that crack of the wall It would be overwhelmingIf we would notice All the little things As extraordinary The ordinary brings easeThe little thingsThe habitsAnd routines A coffee cupWalking the... Continue Reading →

The collaborative engine is fuelled and oiled by purpose and people

Usually, when I hear people complain about meetings, it is about the regular, usual, ordinary ones. It's almost always about meetings they have to attend. There is nothing wrong with having ordinary meetings. On the contrary these are important collaborative... Continue Reading →

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