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Facilitation for inspiration, a personal after reflection

Inspiring people In learning processes To see options and possibilities To explore, discover and notice My ambition   Framing the space Protected from daily business Including every voice Inviting everyone to look beyond one’s own nose My work   Inviting... Continue Reading →

The little word liberating in Liberating Structures

Liberated : energy, creativity and purpose, being alive, engaged and committed The little word ‘liberating’ in Liberating Structures intrigues me. I see the potential for ‘liberation’, especially in the context of organizational learning, collaboration and meeting culture. In many of our... Continue Reading →

Activating many brains – a personal after reflection

Starting a learning event with a series of input and speeches is no Big Bang It is talking over the heads of many By a few It is a statement about who is knowledgeable It is the message ‘we have... Continue Reading →

The power of the little liberating structure 1-2-4-all

I love the basic mini structure of 1-2-4-all because it is liberating. It is true, 1-2-4-all is not the ‘big thing’. But it is easy, and the effect can be big. Every voice counts First, 1-2-4-all is the message that... Continue Reading →

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 →

In which workshop mindset are you?

These drawings represent some typical situations in learning events. Which of the three situations do you prefer: A, B or C? In his blog post What sort of network is your meeting? Johnnie Moore compared these three workshop situations with... Continue Reading →

The Workshop’s movement – jump or dive?

I am revisiting a blog post I wrote in 2016: Facilitation tip 2: Design the workshop as a story with a beginning, a middle and an end. The drawing that I made then needs a major tweak. Jump or dive? The... Continue Reading →

The pyramid and the iceberg – two guiding metaphors for preparing a learning event

Recently, Doug Neil made a visual inquiry into his sketchnotes. He discovered an iceberg under the surface of each of his completed sketchnote. There is a lot going on before his sketchnotes go viral that is not visible: a lot... Continue Reading →

Options for reviewing workshop with participants

Picture: Workshop review with sticky dots How do you review a workshop with participants that goes beyond the ‘sticky dots’? Well, the sticky dots can be meaningful, it all depends (as always) on the context and the purpose. The question... Continue Reading →

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