Companies often have reporting requirements. People usually don't, or not as much as we think we do. You don't have to update everyone with everything that is emerging. You don't. If you have a partner, you probably have a good grasp at what stage of thinking process and with what sort of topics they want … Continue reading Reporting requirements (NONE)
We go deep and we make it practical, out loud. That is also how I work with new or growing businesses. This can take a range of forms, coaching, consulting, partnerships or running masterclasses. Let's discuss. Here are some examples how that support came together: ---Work on values and purpose of the founder to determine … Continue reading Some of the ways I support new businesses
For me, art opens a window into human expression at its most intense, both raw/refined, and at its most non-linear (good contrast to enrich my usual business environment).
You might be wondering what sorts of topics show up in a coaching setting, what to bring, what to work on. And if coaching is the right thing. Here are some of the things that have recently come up (in specific sessions, or over a longer process): What do I want to do as a next … Continue reading Things where coaching may help (recent examples)
We are all “zoom-bies” right now, in how we show up with others. Under lockdown, most of our lives plays out via various online platforms. It is where and how we meet, enabled and limited by platform functionality. I have been supporting Joan O’Donnell, an advanced Social Presencing practitioner, doing group work through zoom. Space, … Continue reading Embodiment, facilitation and holding a space in gallery view