Having something to say

June 5, 2007

While I get used to having a blog I’m reminded of someone saying somewhere (can’t remember where I saw it) that the internet tends to amplify our character traits – those of us who are introverted become more so, and those of us who are more social do that. What does being introverted/social mean on […]

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More about PowerPoint

June 4, 2007

The article in the Melbourne Age that Sascha referred to was called “The PowerPoint of no return” by Christopher Scanlon of RMIT University. Technologies…shape what we think about, how we think about it, and, more importantly, how we relate to the world around us. The book referred to is The Cognitive Style of PowerPoint by […]

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What’s with the pics?

June 3, 2007

They are pics from my garden – all Aussie natives. When the rest of my web site is built there will be more pics. The design was done by Rena who is having a break from graphic design work because of the arrival of her first child Charlize (I’d post a pic if I could […]

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Disaster & Crisis Intervention Facilitation

Lenny Diamond, Tim Karpoff of GFSC and Geoff McFarlane and I have just finished delivering three Disaster & Crisis Intervention workshops for facilitators. It was quite a journey – working with people I haven’t worked with before delivering a course I’ve only ever participated in. It was fun and we innovated all along. None of […]

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All things facilitation – plus a bit more

June 2, 2007

I’m a facilitator. That means I work with groups to help them do their best thinking. It also means I need to keep my opinions to myself a lot – and as a naturally opinionated person that can be difficult. Hello blog. I’ll post about stuff that interests me and maybe it will interest you […]

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Hello big wide world

As a long-time reader of blogs I have only just started my own – and a cheery hello to you if you are reading this. I’m sitting here with my left foot on the desk learning how to navigate this new blog created at the eleventh hour by my friend Melissa before heading off for […]

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