I’ve been working with several clients this year on various stages of strategy formulation and implementation. One of them has just launched a three-year vision 2020, another is about to start the second three-year phase of a 10 year Vision
I was fortunate to hear Sophie Scott, director of the University College London’s Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience deliver a lecture on the neuroscience of laughter. Professor Scott, a self-acclaimed stand up scientist, presented an hilarious Seven Lessons of Laughter and
The feats of World Memory Champions – those who can memorise thousands of binary digits in 30 minutes, or the order of 16 packs of playing cards, or even the numbers in hours may beyond the reach of the majority
As early as the mid 1800’s Ebbinghouse and others demonstrated the fast pace of new learning loss. More recent studies along with anecdotal observations indicate that no matter how good your face to face learning initiative is in helping learning
I returned home from a trip recently and was greeted with a wonderful surprise. Seven of my nine white orchids were in various stages of flower. About 5 years ago I bought a large, beautiful display of white orchids as
In a previous blog I talked about creating purposeful learning events using a model called REVVS. REVVS describes the principles that I have found to be the basis of transformational learning experiences. Now don’t get all new age on me.
Purposeful learning creates memorable, meaningful experiences that stay with people and have the potential of changing their lives. I’ve had the joy of witnessing this on several occasions and want to share one involving a group of incredible women from
I have run several of our Facilitation Plus© workshops lately. This is a 4 day workshop to introduce the theory and principles of group facilitation with 2 days of practice sessions for people to master the skills and get lots