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Serendipitous online conversation on Zoom – an experience

Johnny Moore has written a lovely blog post reflecting on four years of hosting unhurried conversations. You'll find it here. Inspired and encouraged by Johnny’s invitation (see here) and jointly with Corinne Sprecher I have initiated an online Serendipity Circle. Driven... Continue Reading →

Wishing you lots of inspiration for 2018

Many thanks to all of you -  blog-friends, readers, tweeters, thinkers, writers, storytellers, collaboration artists, graphic recorders, learning and knowledge gardeners, conversation architects, visual poets,  travel guides, explorers, virtual acrobats, connectors and facilitation party hosts - for sharing and inspiration. I... Continue Reading →

Hungry for creative challenges or what it takes for people to engage

I often observe people in meetings, seminars, or workshops. It is my job to do so. For steering the process, I am regularly taking the temperature; I need to know how involved participants are. Engagement is visible and can be felt. On... Continue Reading →

Playful spheres; or what makes you play?

What makes you play? When are you playful? What do you need to feel ready to slip into a playing mood? Last week I co-facilitated a workshop on remote communication. We designed the workshop in a spirit of play –... Continue Reading →

Easier drawing while meeting with visual vocabulary

  If you can write letters, you can draw." Doug Neill That's what I told myself when I signed up for the one day visualization training "Faszinieren am Flipchart". I want to get better in drawing and visual note taking.... Continue Reading →

Framing is connecting

We think of photography as pictures. And it is. But I think of photography as ideas. And do the pictures sustain your ideas or are they just good pictures? I want to have an experience in the world that is... Continue Reading →

Doodle while you meet – a blank sheet of paper does the trick

When I go to a meeting I am equipped with blank paper sheets and some colour markers. And I often use them. I start doodling. When I explain a situation, circumstance or a connection it is often just easier to... Continue Reading →

Start drawing by doodling – some ideas

I started drawing by doodling just for myself. It’s fun. Slowly I dared to doodle with colleagues while having meetings. The power of clarifying things visually makes me drawing more and more. In this blog post I share some ideas... Continue Reading →

Sketch Jam to develop and share your drawing skills

On April 9 I did my first Sketch Jam. It was fun. Since last year I decided to no longer say ‘no, I cannot draw’ there is no threshold any more holding me back. I just try. I am a... Continue Reading →

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