May, 2019

Organizations: keep an eye on your high speed learners

Joitske Hulsebosch

A participant during my master class on learning of the future shares: " I was learning a lot through the online world and would be at the cutting-edge in my field, this learning was logical part of my work as recruiter. Now I have a new job and it is not a logical part of my function.

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Shocks of familiarity with Michel de Montaigne

Jenny Connected

At the beginning of her book “ How to Live: A Life of Montaigne in one question and twenty attempts at an answe r”, Sarah Bakewell writes (p.5). ‘to to read Montaigne is to experience a series of shocks of familiarity’. I have found this to be true.

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2019 July – 2 Day Facebook™ & Instagram™ Sydney Course

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

July 2019, Sydney CBD Facebook & Instagram for Business course: (2 day Sydney course) Are you wanting to take your Facebook Business Page & Instagram content to the next level?

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Yes, draw on walls!

Michelle Laurie

The other day, I received an email from a former graphic facilitation workshop participant. This has made my week! “Your workshop was really instrumental for me in my work. I use graphics in my research and am often invited to do recordings for strategic planning or dialogue-based events.”

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Discovering our common humanity through participatory mapping and collective impact

Making CommunitySense

Listen to / read the interview that Jeff Mohr, CEO of Kumu, held with me as part of their podcast series. CommunitySense Ideas collective impact common good community mapping CommunitySensor

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Painting of Mardi Gras Selfie - New Orleans

Portals and KM

Here is a 16" x 20" acrylic painting of myself and my wife as are getting ready to hit the streets for Mardi Gras day.    The best way to easily see most of my paintings for s ale is to go to my Facebook page -  [link]  - and look at Photos and albums within Photos.

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The Wisdom in the No: A New Approach to Conflict

Partnering Resources

Image: Nadine Shaabana, Unsplash. After thirty minutes of discussion, it looks like we finally have an answer. The facilitator calls for a vote: “Who agrees that we should do X?” Everyone raises their hands except two people. Many groups would call this success and move forward.

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More Trending

What Will It Take?

How to Save the World

L ast evening a group of about 30 Bowen Islanders watched a documentary called The Reluctant Radical. I arranged it, since the film profiles Ken Ward, who is a friend of Tree’s and who I’ve met a couple of times myself. Ken joined us for Q&A via video link after the screening.

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Painting of Radishes New Orleans

Portals and KM

Here is a 12" x 12" acrylic painting of some radish in New Orleans. It was painted as a demonstration for the free pairing class at the Community Commitment Education Center in New Orleans.

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A Plague

How to Save the World

painting: A Swarm of Locusts by Emil Schmidt, in the public domain. A plague (in its generic meaning) is defined as “a destructively numerous influx or multiplication of a noxious animal; an epidemic disease causing a high rate of mortality”.

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Where We Are Now: More on the Culture of Fear

How to Save the World

Image of ghost town in Japan, near Nagasaki, abandoned when the coal ran out, from pxhere , CC0.

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The Work That Seems Worth Doing Now

How to Save the World

painting “In Deep Conversation” by Irish artist Pam O’Connell. “It’s about negotiating the surrender of our whole way of living,” writes Dougald Hine.

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