efore the pandemic, when we took a flight or onboarded a boat to travel from point A to B, we could feel the experience from the crew ship. On the same wavelength does this experience feel like going to the …

fter reflecting on communities’ engagement and starting a community, designing, onboarding, and hosting a community come to mind. Those activities are the next natural steps of any community instigator and host.

Where does everything start with designing, onboarding, and …

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ime to continue a community series after I published last month a post on community reflection. So here is a new curated write-up on starting and nurturing communities.


Starting a community.

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all is here. Leaves, nuts, mushrooms, grey, raining, sunny and windy days are coming as we live the Indian summer’s last days. Every year I enjoy this season very much.

This shift …

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The Art of Gathering by Priya Parker – Notes from a Community Book Club & Resources

his Summer, I hear the audiobook, The Art of Gathering, written by Priya Parker. I intended …

Community Management Engagement

Over the past few weeks, I have dive deep into the community management space with resources, events, and communities. The focus is on internal community building and facilitation.

“Very excited for our first ever live public roundtable

3 Great and Meaningful Meetings with Community Leaders


Meeting with Jillian Reilly, founder of Antacara

have explored a possible collaboration with Antacara Frontiers. I met in person Jillian Reilly, the founder of this game-changing initiative, earlier this week …

Beyond Leadership – Some Dimensions

During an immersive digital and F2F art experience at the exhibition ‘Beyond Limits’, this photo was brought by Team Lab during the Japonismes 2018 Festival, Paris, France.

‘Leadership’ is not on my ordre du jour

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Future Skills in a Networked Society

Building 21st Century Skills

“How do you teach people to be more comfortable with ambiguity?”

My response was: “The first thing we need to do is