Simplicity

My choice – an eight hour drive on winter roads or facilitating a hybrid session online

My choice – an eight hour drive on winter roads or facilitating a hybrid session online

I live in a cold winter climate.  My choice this week was to drive an 8-hour round trip on snow-covered winter highways at 25C temperature and stay overnight OR facilitate for 7 hours online. With the support and agreement of

A beautiful object to enhance conversations

A beautiful object to enhance conversations

“Bring them again!” I often place these globe-like metal objects on the tables at in-person sessions I facilitate. Participants love them. Their enthusiasm inspires me to share ideas and activities about ways I use the objects as an aid to

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

SUCCESS – it’s not always what you see. A garden analogy for facilitating teams and organizations

SUCCESS – it’s not always what you see. A garden analogy for facilitating teams and organizations

I am a member of a local community garden and last week, saw this sign drawn by a gardener on a whiteboard in our garden shed. Stay encouraged, be positive. SUCCESS – it’s not always what you see. I immediately