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Thank you for reading, sharing, blogging, tweeting, caring, asking,  thinking, reflecting, doodling, drawing, showing, telling, exploring, testing, trying, motivating, acting…. Looking forward to more beautiful moments in 2019.

Liberating Structures ‘social’ immersion workshop – an invitation

                      For once I am not blogging a reflection but an invitation. I am pleased to announce that the first Liberating Structures 'social' immersion workshop will take place on 12th... Continue Reading →

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 →

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