From storms, renewal comes,
As dreams whisper tomorrows,
Metamorphosis is born.
Or The gulf between what we want and where we are Previously published at DecisionLab, 2012 ‘A plane is on the wrong course 90% of the time’ I was reminded of this nugget of wisdom today, while assessing where I’m at, where I’m going, where I said I wanted to go, and the habits that […]
“The good chef (chief) walks around her kitchen, with a clean apron and a pocket full of spoons”. I love this quote, that my friend Louis shared with me. Apparently it came from a local chef he knows, but for me it says a lot about Facilitative Leadership and Collaborative Governance. It talks to me […]
The Miles Davies approach to facilitation Co-leading a Facilitative Leadership day last week alongside London Creative Labs, I was enjoying later what we coined the Miles Davis approach to facilitation: bathe in the gaps and celebrate the words you don’t speak. Republished. First published 2011.
I really like this quote. I’ve been using it a bit recently while teaching and explaining Facilitative Leadership Simple. The Master doesn’t talk, she acts. When her work is done, the people say, “Amazing: we did it, all by ourselves!” – Adapted, from Tao Te Ching (17)
An article published in IAF reporting on FacilitationCamp, a 2 day event in 2010, and a diverse gathering of people sharing, learning, practising tools for working with groups of people.
An Overview and Resources on Scenario Planning and The Great Transition A summary of material tracing the history of the development of the Great Transition vision, from scenario planning work in the 90s, through the Transition Towns movement and New Economics Foundation, with explanations of tools and key concepts. Originally published 2010 at DecisionLab by Martin […]