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How to cultivate your feedback culture

What about your feedback culture? Do you cultivate it? Feedback is one of the simplest learning tools. All it needs is an invitation, intention and attention. The other morning I was early on my way to the train station. I... Continue Reading →

How to make the best use of notes taken during learning events to boost learning

Taking notes during learning events is one way of learning. The act of writing is the reader’s way of learning. There are different options to digest notes after the event to deepen reflection and prepare the path to transfer the... Continue Reading →

Great for learning

Learning doesn't always need a lot. Paper and pen, a walk or a chat can trigger insightful reflection and deepen our understanding. An open mind, a burning question and a quiet focused moment make our body and mind do a... Continue Reading →

The art of asking questions

Questions and discovery are two things that belong together. I was blogging already about Learning questions – discovery questions and The power of questions – the spirit of curiosity. All our life we ask questions, although more at a certain age and... Continue Reading →

Taking a time-out – allowing life its pace

Taking a time-out to ask life for guidance? We are used (and forced) to plan, to analyze and anticipate, to set targets and define the road forward. What happens when a family decides for an extended absence for not having... Continue Reading →

Mteto Maphoyi and Luciano Pavarotti

Learning for change? Yes! With a CD from Pavarotti, with passion and the force of the learning mind change is possible. Watch yourself (12'35). I am impressed.

What is Better in Discovering the Unknown: Google or a Floppy Hat?

What does it need to discover the unknown? Google or a floppy hat? Photo on Flicker by Minnesota Historical Society I have a habit of piling up clippings of newspaper articles I found interesting. Every now and then I dig... Continue Reading →

Crowd + Mastery = Food Atlas

In a collaborative effort, the Guerrilla Cartographers have put together their knowledge and mastery. The result is the story of our daily food: The Food Atlas. More than 100 people across the globe – researchers, cartographers, editor, videographer, book designer... Continue Reading →

The search for mastery – what we can learn from a drummer’s approach

What if we would“perform” a learning event as music session? © nanadiaI was listening to a podcast that made my thoughts wander. It was an interview with Lucas Niggli, the 'dreamer at the battery' (Lucas Niggli, der Träumer am Schlagzeug,... Continue Reading →

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