Archive for the ‘Learning and Facilitation’ category

“It’s c**p and I’m so bored” – education?

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October 14th, 2016

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I had a delightful conversation with someone recently. I confess, I do delight when my prejudices and beliefs are affirmed. Here though, I’d like you to challenge my challenge… We were talking about his choices around how to develop himself further as a developer. He is almost one year in to an MBA in the […]

The Sun is Out, The Sky is Blue, Surely A Team-Building Day is Due?

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May 19th, 2016

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Any of us who have worked in anything but the smallest of organisations for a number of years are likely to have experienced all sorts of team-building initiatives. Bowling and beer, Belbin profiling, summer away-days with obstacle courses (loved and loathed in equal measure) – I’m sure you can add to the long list of […]

Why bother with experiential learning?

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December 1st, 2015

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Most people will have heard the adage of “I hear I forget, I see I remember, I do, I understand…” but is it as simple as that? Is it just about making something memorable? Let’s go back a step to why and how we develop leaders. For me, the point of developing leaders is not […]