Johnnie Moore, fellow facilitator and improv buddy, and I found some time last night to chat about facilitation in relation to a whole lot of local and world events. Interestingly, our experiences are remarkably similar even though we’re operating from different sides of the globe.
We talked about the GFC (Global Facilitation Crisis or Geelong Football Club – listen and find out), strategic planning and control, Roland Harwood of NESTA’s model of conversations, relationships then transactions, local action and the idea behind We20
Oh, and we also explore complexity, letting go of the need for certainty, and standing on an enormous sea of jello.
It’s recorded as a podcast and you can eavesdrop, oops, I mean listen, here. (30 mins, 10.5 MB) Thanks to Johnnie for initiating this and doing the technical stuff.