I am a word person and books lover. From my Clifton Strengths 34 themes personal report:

“1. Learner

By nature, you absorb all sorts of information from books, publications, or other written materials. You display a voracious — that

“The ability to change your mind is proof you are capable of learning.” — @ValaAfshar

This is Summer time.

After being involved intensively over the past few months in the learning program and community management spaces I review, refine and …

What caught my attention on week 27 of 2020.

Work Challenges

Connect people with people, experiences and resources

Facilitate discovery

Energise people, focus them and enable them to succeed” — @PaulJocelyn

Music to my ears. Disconnect to connect. Connect …

What caught my attention on week 26 of 2020.

Work Left For Humans

On the present of work:

“I am not fully convinced that while discussing about #FutureOfWork we are discussing solutions for the main problems organisations are facing today.”

What caught my attention on week 25 of 2020.

Creativity

New comic! Creativity Thanks to @OECDCERI for the collaboration!” @grantdraws

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Community on Community²

I dive deep in the community management space over the past few weeks with resources, …

What caught my attention on week 24 of 2020.

“When things are turbulent, we either need ‘Probe, Sense, Respond’ or ‘Act, Sense, Respond to create newness / innovation.” via @timkastelle

Add to that unlocking our learning potential :

“Learnability is

What caught my attention on week 23 of 2020.

Curiosity

Thank you to Paul Simbeck-Hampson for sharing the resources below with me on Linkedin.

“Here is the visual summary of the latest podcast on sailing the 7Cs of Curiosity from

What caught my attention on week 22 of 2020.

On Kindness

HT @simbeckhampson

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It is always so fun and insightful to meet up with Paul Simbeck-Hampson who is a kind and classy coach, friend and learning partner over years. This …

This is what caught my attention on week 21 of 2020.

People

“It is way too easy to forget to give credit to those people. It is way too easy to lose ourselves in our own immediate problems. Yet, it

What caught my attention on week 20 of 2020.

Micro Level

This is a take from Bruce McTague after I shared the visual and the blog post on my learning journey.

“upper left hand corner” embrace not knowing” that’s