Mostly isn’t a problem. If LnD thinks there’s a problem to be fixed, it’ll look for a solution. The ‘problem’ is a lack of understanding (both within and without LnD) about how learning can influence across more than one slice of activity. Have a look at the chart at the top of this post; LnD… Read More The ‘problem’ with LnD
8 years ago yesterday, I set up my Twitter account and it has, without any hint of exaggeration, changed my life. I’ve made new friends I’ve met new people I’ve experienced activities I’d never had before I’ve extended my professional network I’ve discovered new ideas I’ve been privileged to connect with and listen to people… Read More 8
…always about finding what’s new. Sometimes just recognising what’s in front of you, spotting the patterns others can’t see, finding connections where others ignore relationships, looking beyond the obvious response, stepping back, and appreciating the whole. That matters more.
I like to think that our actions define us, but am more than aware that the relationships which are created, developed, nurtured and destroyed by those actions have more meaning that the activity itself. I was always keen to look at the outputs from the next part of the activity the session which I ran at… Read More It’s all about the people
For ease of putting them somewhere, here’s some random thoughts that I’ve had in the last few days. Risk aversion isn’t risk awareness. Awareness suggests you identify a risk and, by being aware, mitigate it. Risk aversion is avoiding taking action because of the risk. Choosing to avoid action isn’t mitigation. Relationships are what makes… Read More In the last week…