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Some principles and tactics for facilitating online

Over the past years, I have developed some principles and tactics that guide my online facilitation. Now and then I love to see what is emerging and make sense of my own ‘learning journey'. I am grateful to many sparring... Continue Reading →

Accidental Facilitator

Have you ever been the accidental facilitator? Or have you seen someone stepping into the role of the facilitator accidentally? It happens often.Luckily. Because this means that group members are mindful about how the process unfolds. That they care about how... Continue Reading →

The collaborative engine is fuelled and oiled by purpose and people

Usually, when I hear people complain about meetings, it is about the regular, usual, ordinary ones. It's almost always about meetings they have to attend. There is nothing wrong with having ordinary meetings. On the contrary these are important collaborative... Continue Reading →

Facilitating Breakout Rooms

The other week, Corinne and I had a reflective moment with some of our alumni of Bringing Your Meetings & Workshops Online: Confident, Creative & Convincing! In the spirit ‘from practice to practice’ we spent a wonderful moment of sharing... Continue Reading →

Your next event, will it be hybrid or all-online? How to make a reflective decision.

Are you soon organising a meeting, workshop, training, conference with some people joining remotely while others sit together in the meeting room? Do you plan it as a hybrid event because of this hybrid setting? There is another option. An... Continue Reading →

Hybrid meeting? It is not that simple!

Image by Marzena P. from Pixabay Everyone is talking about hybrid meetings these days. The future is hybrid. The word is booming. In her book ‘Work left the building’ (Werk heeft het gebouw verlaten) Jitske Kramer asks: How hybrid do you want... Continue Reading →

Purpose is driving our collaboration – Asking Why is no luxury

We need purpose to do good work and we need shared purpose to have good collaboration.  Purpose is guiding us and driving us. Purpose pulls us forward when we meet and work together. In meetings, workshops and learning processes, we... Continue Reading →

My favourite magic online tool: a talking piece

Next to paper and pen, my favourite online tool is a talking piece. I love using it in online conversations. It is magic. It creates ease. Sometimes silence. Certainly listening. Everyone grabs an object that serves as talking piece. The... Continue Reading →

Bringing a workshop online = Bringing a process online

When planning an online workshop do you think ‘event’, or do you think ‘process’? How has the collaborative online experience over the past weeks and months under the Covid-19 restrictions influenced your workshop planning? Have you tried to bring your... Continue Reading →

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