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 →
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 →
Corinne and I were reflecting on the amazing online meeting boost over the last months. This experience triggered lots of learning on our side. What stands out for both of us is the human and creative side of bringing workshops... Continue Reading →
Inviting people into a virtual meeting space: What will they smell? Will it be low tide or high tide?
There are different kind of online meetings and each meeting also has a different characteristic trait. It can be very formal or more informal. Some are transactional others reflective, conversational, experimental, inspirational or playful. Characterising a meeting can be helpful... Continue Reading →
Those for getting things done, to coordinate and decide and plan the next steps to take together. Those to share and work out loud, ask for help and support each other. Those to exchange our insights and learning and create... Continue Reading →