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Reporting back from group discussion – pain or gain?

Be honest, sometimes debriefings from group discussions are a real pain. I suffered as participant when the reporting back was too lengthy, too repetitive or too detailed. I also suffered as facilitator because I hadn’t given the debriefing as much... Continue Reading →

More than sharing – cocreating

We had a two hours workshop full of conversation, reflection and sharing about network thinking. The conversation was meaningful. The atmosphere was vibrant and playful. People were engaged and inspired.  Having a good conversation is learning Having good conversations is... Continue Reading →

The influencing formula behind knowledge products

There was an interesting KM4dev discussion lately on measuring the impact of knowledge products (find the summary by Johannes Schunter). Already in 2014, a KM4dev discussion on “PDFs that nobody reads” triggered my attention. As advisor for networked and shared... 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 →

Social Reporting = Digestion Time

Social reporting is digestion time. And it makes a great meal out of the workshop by adding an additional layer of reflection to it. A well-digested workshop meal leaves more long-lasting sensations and memories than an overfilled banquet. Lately, I... Continue Reading →

The last workshop day: Resolutions for the take-off?

Which thoughts do you give as facilitator to the last workshop day? Nearly done or take-off? Some extra emphasis to get the best out of it? Some extra push to make ideas and resolutions flying? The first day The start... Continue Reading →

Social Reporting: listening by writing

From a participant's view Mid May I was doing social reporting. I was assisting the social reporting team of a Gender workshop by writing a series of blog posts. It was fun and stimulating. The reporting included blog posts in... Continue Reading →

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