Posts Tagged ‘unexpected’

The unexpected in the home office

Posted by  admin —July 8, 2008
Filed in Just observations

Following on from my podcast chat about the ‘Unexpected’ with Matt Moore and Viv McWaters, this happened to me just now. I had a conference call with a client (planning out a workshop) and had my 9 month old baby in a backpack for all of it. Working from home is both a luxury and a challenge! It was unavoidable, unplanned and rarely happens. Be prepared for anything! Webcam photo taken during a real conference call By the way, my client was fine with the babbling noises in the background and applauded me for ‘taking the risk’ to go ahead …

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Podcasting the Unexpected

Posted by  admin —July 7, 2008
Filed in Facilitation, Podcasts that Rock!

Matt Moore had a chat with Viv and I over Skype last week. We chose to explore the theme of ‘The Unexpected’. Here is the result … Matt Moore, Viv McWaters & Me explore the unexpected! I really liked Matt’s metaphor ‘Beyond the Event Horizon‘ to highlight what happens (or fails to happen) after the event, workshop or whatever. The transition from workshop back to the real world is a dimension to my facilitation that I pay far more attention to now. Thanks to Matt for these Show Notes: 00:00 – Introduction – Sick kids, adrenalin junkies & improvisation. 05:00 …

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