I wrote about the importance in designing with a representative from the sponsor (here), yet maintaining adequate direct contact with the sponsor (here). My thought on co-designing is sharpened by my recent experience in running a team development workshop in Shenyang China. The representative is preferably one of the participants. Not (just) the sponsor’s business ...
‘People don’t resist change. They resist being changed’ from ‘Change or die’
‘…. the experience of going beyond your competence is also a necessary part of leadership…’ from ‘Leadership on the Line’
I lost 90% of my voice during a workshop in KL. Scary. My voice has been with me so long that I almost forget how precious it is, especially for someone in this profession. So, what are we doing to protect the precious which we take it for granted?
A short fun video….. and it reminds me the potential challenge in explaining things in workshop sometimes…. CollegeHumor’s Favorite Funny Videos
When I am not careful with Mr Sketch….
There are so many things I want to write about!! I have been browsing various topics in my mind including: ‘The Paradox of Confidence and Vulnerability’ – Reflection from an ARL event ‘How much space we should give to the facilitators?’ – Reflection from the Singapore TTT ‘Facilitating in the Fire’ – Reflection from the IAF ...
It is amazing what will happen when we give people a good question and space (both time and physical space)