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all is here. The switch between sunny days and rainy grey days is constant. The weather is still lovely and windy. Then, the leaves start falling, and I can see how the trees change while walking.

As I work

“We are plurality.

Our individuality is a temporary manifestation of relationships.

Relationships with the multitudes.”

“Ecosystems are built on the conversations between interdependent partnerships.

When we cut these conversations the ecosystems fall apart.


Without the network the single disappears.

The

et’s continue with my series of posts, from seeds and feed to breed.

“Seed, feed, weed and breed.” — @Quinnovator & Dave Ferguson

Shifting 🚶🏻

Nudge #1: walking away from my desk 🖥️

“I hear it from just about every

Asia is On My Mind & Heart

ew year, new possibilities. Pluriversal ones. In a few weeks, on February 1st 2022, there will be another celebration of the Chinese Lunar Year, the Year of the Tiger. Since last …

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. From scratch, really?

“It’s not easy for a

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 …

Transform: a review and notes from the NextGen Enterprise Summit 2020

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

Summit Experience

Thanks to

At #LTFrance 2020

On February 5th and 6th, I spent a few hours at the Learning Technologies France conference for the first time. As an attendee, I went to some conferences: one on workplace learning design, one on the impact …

Embracing complexity while engaging

“Education would be transformed if #learning how-to-learn was considered as important as what was to be learnt. To master the skills needed in the future, hand out fishing rods, not fish.” — @simbeckhampson

 

“Foreign experiences

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 give them projects to do where we can’t know what the right answer is