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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 →

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 →

Blogging is recycling – blogging as reflective practice

You are a blog reader. Are you also a blogger? Then you probably agree that blogging is great reflection time, don't you? Not yet a blogger?  Are you considering to give it a try? Do it! Blogging is fascinating and easy;... Continue Reading →

Tree ring by tree ring; or how knowledge management helps grow “learning rings”

How do I explain knowledge management to the person sitting next to me on the flight to Amsterdam? Knowledge management is a peculiar term, rather confusing and misleading as it is not about managing anything. It is all about learning.... Continue Reading →

Using a metaphor for explaining what it means to be the facilitator

  Lately, I was facilitating a visual inquiry of a group of facilitators about the meaning of facilitation. The group uncovered a series of interesting metaphors. The visual results made me think. I love the plenary system of people with... Continue Reading →

Planning is easier when visual – a plea for the Swiss german word ‘Auslegeordnung’

This is a plea for the Swiss German expression Auslegeordnung. Auslegeordnung is a funny and practical word. It means literally to display (auslegen) an ordre (Ordnung). You stop being busy and lay out all the information visually on the table,... Continue Reading →

Online communication: tools, habits and play

When you think about your online communication for purely professional purposes what is your favourite channel? Are you an ‘emailer’? Or a ‘phoner’? Or a ‘skyper’? Or a wiki-fan? Or sometimes a ‘chatter’? Or are you a ‘multi-channel user’? Our... 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 →

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