ong time, no actionable insights were shared on this blog. However, here is below what has caught my attention lately. From a newsletter of Liz & Mollie in a chat with Joanna Miller, Lead of Organizational Effectiveness & Coaching at …

Emergent Mindsets & Strategies – Curated Insights

When time allows I share the crème de la crème of actionable insights from my network and beyond.

“Seeing with fresh eyes Creates a sense of wonder, Even in tedium.” — Kapil Dawda

New Heights Mapped

During the first week of May, I was off for a week with two other people to hike, bike and wander in the French region of Isère. I enjoyed exploring and riding different cities and villages, forests …

Boundless curiosity in a networked society

In her newsletter, Shannon Tipton invited us to think deeply about how we do make curiosity a practice:

“Curiosity is time spent listening to the people in your business and being mindful of

I tweeted:

“Participating for the second time in the #PKMastery workshop to revisit, develop and refine my work and learning practices with a global cohort and @hjarche https://twitter.com/hjarche/status/1365337275656200202

I participated in the Personal Knowledge Mastery Workshop. Each week, …

Mentoring – Why, ways & which

RT @marciamarcia RT @tloh: “I don’t have one mentor. My network mentors me.” — Reid Hoffman, as quoted in @Forbes magazine” via @lehawes

What does an uplifting learning relationship/experience look like? I heard …

Feedback on feedback²

“Brilliant! Sharing feedback shouldn’t be a ‘tell you’ process; but if it’s understood about sharing ideas together, maybe stimulating new ones, that could be a good thing. What it mustn’t be is something which stifles personal style

Tapestry Book: deep work & inside out

Inspirations From Writers

ascinating ways to read, write, research, highlight, retrieve, pick, proofread, find a balance between productivity and presence, use tech hacks online and offline – as a writer—for example, and reader. …

Onwards as we have entered a new year — 2021

“We look at the present through a rear view mirror. We march backwards into the future.” — Marshall McLuhan

 

“And ultimately, collapse is required for new growth and renewal.