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Boldly Stepping Forwards

Boldly Stepping Forwards

Last week as many of you will know was International Women's Day #IWD16. A great day for women all around the globe to focus on ourselves as women, our achievements, our accomplishments and on the way still to go. On this day I was lucky enough to...

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by Mar 17, 2016 No Comments

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The Extras

More fun please!

Today I have spent most of the day with my family at AtBristol. For anyone who has never been here, but who has young kids, or just a lust for interactive knowledge I would highly recommend it. Their strapline is "Bringing Science to Life" and I...

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by Feb 1, 2015 No Comments
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A woolly tale

A woolly tale

Somehow, today I have been thinking that sheep might provide me a good metaphor for what workshops can provide. I'm not sure why sheep particularly, somehow the idea just popped into my head. I do love a good metaphor though, so lets see if this...

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by Jan 30, 2015 3 Comments
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Spokes evaluation tool

Spokes evaluation tool

One of the types of workshop that I particularly like facilitating are review or evaluation workshops (the subtle difference between which we will deal with in another post!).  There are hundreds of different methods and tools to do these kinds of...

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by Jan 27, 2015 No Comments
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Ode to the Group.

Ode to the Group.

A group, a collection, a team or a posse, Some of them quiet and some of them bossy. All have ideas and opinions and thoughts, Working together can sometimes be fraught. These people may work in the same office space Or be related somehow in the...

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by Jan 23, 2015 2 Comments

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