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The Magic of an Unhurried Conversation – an After Reflection

A simple conversation processA container that felt safeTo usTo speak up and express our thoughts The slow rhythmCreated the invitationTo listenTogether An unhurried momentOur thoughts meanderingFlowingConnectingThe chance for serendipityOpened up The magicOf being in conversation with ‘strangers’Unhurried Thank you Johnnie... Continue Reading →

There are different kind of online meetings

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 →

Unhurried meetings and workshops in hurried times – or how do we spend the precious time together

When I see online or in person events where information sharing occupies a big part of the precious meeting time, I wonder why bringing people together for this? Why doing the effort to connect smart heads for giving an information... Continue Reading →

Bringing Troika Consulting into online collaboration and team meetings – a visual guidance

Troika Consulting is one of my favourite Liberating Structures. I use this peer coaching activity often, in various groups and contexts, online and offline. It works with small groups as well with big ones. I love the concentrated atmosphere when... Continue Reading →

An after reflection: Lines and circles

Cathy Salit’s book ‘Performance Breakthrough’ inspired this after reflection. One of the fabulous exercises she offers in her book is a creative challenge called “create with crap”. Create with Crap Exercise The next time somebody says or does something that... Continue Reading →

An after reflection of an unhurried conversation about being present in collaboration

In our last Serendipity Circle we had another inspiring unhurried conversation. This picture was our starting point. It triggered a lovely reflection about showing up in the woods and being present in workshop rooms. What has our attention when we... 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 →

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