Weeknote 420: inventories

This week I have learned: distilling three years of work into one thing in a short period of time can feel like cheating, or can feel insubstantial. But maybe that's just imposter syndrome. there appears to be a significant support to the idea of making political data more usable rather than merely accessible. Editing a … Continue reading Weeknote 420: inventories

Weeknote 418 – eight bars

This week I have learned: just keep on starting to spin plates, don't be afraid of them falling, and give a helping hand to the ones with momentum. have an idea, start it, set some boundaries up front. consulting starts from the first conversation. getting feedback about how I'm making a difference is a wonderful … Continue reading Weeknote 418 – eight bars

Weeknote 417: in pairs

This week I have learned: facilitating in pairs is a joy even more so when you're working with Matt Desmier the political stuff is now invading my dreams I cannot see any paths through the political stuff some of the stuff people in marketing get away with.. The week in photos: Next week: ends, beginnings, … Continue reading Weeknote 417: in pairs

Weeknote 414: Christmas Drinkies

This week I have learned: how staggeringly unaware of the consequences of Brexit might be amongst people who work for big American corporations in the UK selling services to the rest of Europe and not understanding that that occurs because of our membership of the EU. what a nice thing it is to catch up … Continue reading Weeknote 414: Christmas Drinkies

Weeknote 413: Top Tables

This week I have learned: I'm really quite proud of my facilitation skills. If there's one thing I'll say I'm good at, it's that. Sometimes shifting from Portrait to Landscape opens up a whole new world of possibilities. Meetingless papers is a great concept. As is the idea of taking virtual coffee breaks. OKR Progress: … Continue reading Weeknote 413: Top Tables

Weeknote 411: keynote

This week I have learned: It's the "Look at Me!" gene... I love, love, love doing keynote type things to rooms full of people. I also love doing facilitation of big groups - it was about 35-40 folk yesterday afternoon. And getting them playing... win. I'm also getting more and more into the thrill of … Continue reading Weeknote 411: keynote