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Why Facilitation Fails Online

I love facilitating groups online. It’s inspiring to support a bunch of scattered individuals to form a real team, working out how to communicate with each other and make stuff happen quickly and efficiently. And on Friday, I’ll be hosting the second Metaphorum – an online unconference for fans of Clean Language, metaphor, self-organisation and …

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What Is An Online Unconference? Join In To Find Out

What is an online unconference? A really excellent idea! A brilliant way to spend a day with collaborators all over the world, without leaving your home. And a way to get a lot of stuff done, quickly and efficiently. But what is an online unconference? An unconference is a participant-driven conference, usually facilitated using Open …

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Podcast Ep38 – David Saville – How To Attract Your Co-Creators

This podcast series is for anyone interested in the nuts and bolts of real-life collaboration, especially collaboration among creative, intelligent, free-thinking individuals who are geographically dispersed. The interviews go well beyond the obvious, as metaphor master Judy Rees explores the hidden thinking that inspires collaboration that works. Listen here Judy: Hello and welcome to the …

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Podcast Ep37 – Adam Eason – How To Build A Collaborative Therapeutic Relationship

This is the thirty-seventh in a series of podcasts where Judy interviews people who have a track record of successful collaboration. This series is for anyone interested in the nuts and bolts of real-life collaboration, especially collaboration among creative, intelligent, free-thinking individuals who are geographically dispersed. The interviews go well beyond the obvious, as metaphor master …

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How People Think About Numbers

Here’s an interesting insight into how people think: most people (at least in the West) mentally represent smaller numbers to their left and larger numbers to their right. And here’s something even more interesting: leaning to the left, even imperceptibly, can influence how you estimate numbers. Details of the research are here. It’s the latest …

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