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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 →

Creative job titles to spark conversation at learning events

Esther Choy's idea of using creative job titles to spark conversation is fabulous. In her blog post How to hook your audience’s attention at a networking event she tells how she introduces herself as storyteller when she goes to networking events and... 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 →

My storytelling journey – a polished digital story

Two years back when I wrote a blog entry on storytelling a good friend asked my why I am not sharing stories. Good point I thought. I started to tell her my story on storytelling, how it all began and... Continue Reading →

Making time for network thinking is no luxury

I am a 'how person'. Process and method thinking are my passion. To me it is natural to think on meta level about the opportunities and the value of networked learning. I am convinced that thinking about networks is no... 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 →

Connecting people in a workshop is no luxury

I participated in an Art of Participatory Leadership workshop. The workshop lasted 2.5 days. The first evening session, after an early dinner, was dedicated to getting to know each other. This evening session was a very worthwhile investment. While investing 10... Continue Reading →

Input and conversation the flipped way – for stronger connections and deeper engagement

I was falling into the trap again. I agreed on the pattern 'input followed by conversation' because of the promise the input (about 45’) would be conversational. It wasn't, at least not in my understanding. It would have been with... Continue Reading →

Start drawing by doodling – some ideas

I started drawing by doodling just for myself. It’s fun. Slowly I dared to doodle with colleagues while having meetings. The power of clarifying things visually makes me drawing more and more. In this blog post I share some ideas... Continue Reading →

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