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What caught my attention on weeks 6,7 and 8 of 2021.

“We, humans, are intuitive beings. We sense from what we observe, hear, smell, touch. We have the ability to convert disparate data and past knowledge/patterns into useful information, by

What caught my attention on week 52 of 2020.

“The challenge then is about change. How do you get all the pieces fitting so individuals are being their best, and a group moves forward (literally in the case of motorbike

What caught my attention on week 51 of 2020.

“I’m also deeply passionate about learning. To be clear, I think learning is something that happens between someone’s ears. You can’t box it up and sell it and you certainly can’t

From weekly curated posts, I have reviewed and captured the crème de la crème of insights I spot over 2020.

“blog as a boundary object that can connect different knowledge domains and different social networks just because its author

This post is a humble review of the event I participated in, and my way to share the notes I took live on my notebook. 

Hybrid Summit

Thanks to the introduction of Trish Wilson, network catalyst of CICE,

What caught my attention on week 45.

Listening

The Japan By River Cruise podcast will take you on a wonderful snarky journey through current Japanese events and the culture. Laugh and also grow wiser.”

Let’s move to India and …

What caught my attention on week 43 and week 44.

On Doing

“So play for a bit and then rest within yourself. Treat yourself as the precious and beautiful thing that you are and be well – you have it

How many times did you go to a meeting when people are not checking in? The facilitation is just rolling the plan—no caring on how things are going with yourself.

I believe that any meeting, conversation, and community can be

It is about developing ourselves to engage ourselves and people from around the world from our local city. Building a relationship and using technology makes that possible. Whether we use asynchronous ways of synchronous ones, it is about just

In the community of practice, Perpetual Beta Coffee Club, that is focused on work and learning, our facilitator Harold Jarche asked members to come prepared for our latest conversation with answers to three questions:

“What is the most important