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Science Vs Art in facilitating learning – 2

Formula for Facilitating This is the second blog sharing the ‘science’ side of the debate I gave at the Australian Institute of Training and Developments SA Divisional Council’s ‘Great Debate: Art Vs Science Learning Breakfast’ in December 2019. This formula explained the nature of facilitation as a ‘science’. Impact = Specified Outcome Over Nature of […]

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Science Vs Art in facilitating learning – 1

Science Vs Art in facilitating learning – 1 of 2 Formula for Learning I recently had the pleasure of delivering the ‘science’ side of a debate at the Australian Institute of Training and Development SA Divisional Council’s ‘Great Debate Art Vs Science Learning Breakfast’. In preparation, I decided to take a formulaic approach to presenting […]

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Common sense isn’t really that common!

How many times have you heard those two words ‘common sense’? Or, used them yourself during conversations? Let’s face, it we all have (or do)! I’ve heard those two words used numerous times. ‘Well, that’s just common sense!’, or ‘Common sense would have told you…!’, and ‘Surely, that’s common sense!’ We need to bust the […]

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Change with a growth mindset lens

Last week, I and a whole bunch of enthusiastic change practitioners, attended the Bi-annual ChangeConnect Awards in Adelaide.  During the opening remarks, Susan Stewart spoke about change, including the work of Carol Dweck. I’m a huge advocate of Carol Dweck’s work, and this informs the thinking and practice of Interface Consultants as we support clients.  […]