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Value Networks Masterclass in New Zealand with Verna Allee

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —February 5, 2007
Filed in Events

If you are in New Zealand in early March (1st-2nd) you might like to attend this workshop that will be run by Ross Dawson and Verna Allee. Trends in the Living Networks: Value Networks Masterclass in New Zealand with Verna Allee.

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Upcoming Practical Social Network Analysis Workshop

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —January 31, 2007
Filed in Events

With Social Network Analysis (SNA), the technique of analysing and exploring social networks, experiencing a resurgence. I’m pleased to announce that I will be running a 2 day workshop titled “Practical Social Network Analysis: Skills and techniques for facilitating organisational change”. This workshop will be held in Melbourne on the 22nd and 23rd March. This practice […]

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Narrative for Business Workshops in the USA

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —January 18, 2007
Filed in Business storytelling, Events

Update: referral bonus for bloggers. See below. We are pleased to announce that we’re running two narrative techniques workshops in the USA at Seattle and Boston on the 26 and 29th of March. Come and join us for the day and learn how to tackle seemingly intractable business issues like, fostering culture change building trust […]

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Narrative for Business Workshop in the USA

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —December 19, 2006
Filed in Events

Hi there. We’re planning to run our successful Narrative Techniques for Business in the USA in early 2007. We’re at the “choose the city and date” stage and are hoping you might let us know if you are interested in attending this one-day workshop. If so, what city in the USA are you based in? […]

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Interested in Wellness?

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —November 14, 2006
Filed in Events

Then don’t miss out on the Third Annual Australian Wellness Conference to be held in Brisbane November 30 – December 1, 2006. The feature topics will span areas of personal wellness, self-management, worksite wellness, wellness coaching and wellness in the health professions.

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Facilitating a workshop of 90 futurists

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —October 29, 2006
Filed in Events

Last week I faciliated a workshop of 90 futurist gathered together for The Australian Foresight Conference. The organisers were keen to harness the energy created by the conference to explore new ways the group might collaborate into the future. With 90 people in a large atrium I was keen for the group to learn about […]

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Leading complex change and opening space

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —September 25, 2006
Filed in Events

At lunchtime, on October 6th, Larry Peterson a well respected Open Space practictioner from Canada will be diving into our fishbowl with the Victorian Public Services Continuous Improvement Network. If you’re interested in learning more about Open Space this will be a great event to attend. If you’d like to come and join in our fishbowl (even as […]

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Interview on Open Space with Larry Peterson

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —September 18, 2006
Filed in Employee Engagement, Events

We are getting prepared to be surprised about an upcoming Open Space Fishbowl with Larry Peterson on October 6th with the Victorian Continuous Improvement Network. It should be great. I took the opportunity to send a few questions Larry’s way regarding Open Space. I’d love to invite you to contribute to any of these questions as […]

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Nancy White is coming to town

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —September 11, 2006
Filed in Events, News

We have a rare treat for anyone who’s in Melbourne on the 11th of October. Nancy White is giving a presentation on social software organised by VPSCIN, KMLF and Anecdote. To find out what Nancy will cover and details to register for this free event, visit VPSCIN here.

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Convey complex ideas with compassion, clarity and comprehension

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —September 7, 2006
Filed in Business storytelling, Events

In a complex world where the future is inherently unpredictable, it’s sometimes better to wait to the very last minute to make a decision. Do you have the 20th or 21st of this month free? Can you free them up? Here’s your opportunity to join us in learning to find, craft and perform compelling stories […]

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