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My favourite hybrid session

My favourite hybrid session

This is now my favourite hybrid format! I’m in my office online (Zoom) facilitating nine people sitting around a large semi-circle table in a room over two hours driving away. This session was easy because my client organization provided a

Learning from our past to plan our future: a Historical Scan

I love a great Historical Scan technique when facilitating. I was reminded of the power of the Scan when I used it recently with the board and staff of a large provincial nonprofit organization. They wanted to decide the core

Online and in-person sessions: Mindset is the secret ingredient for success.

Online and in-person sessions: Mindset is the secret ingredient for success.

I recently had a unique opportunity to compare online and in-person facilitation experiences. I facilitated two sessions with the same purpose, outcomes, design, and activities – and one main difference – one was online and one was in-person. I have

Thoughts for the new year about women, business models, and Ikigai

Thoughts for the new year about women, business models, and Ikigai

Ikigai as a business model? It is to me. Recently, I participated in a thought-provoking conversation with three women. We explored the topic of entrepreneurship and business development by women. How can we develop a business model that more intentionally