Learning & Change

Seven Characteristics of Awesome Facilitators

Any domain attracts attention, interest and following in its ascendency. Facilitation or ‘process facilitation’ is entering that phase now. This interest fueled by some reflection prompts me to write about the characteristics that I have observed in facilitators from around the world who continue to inspire me. It was a random reflective scrawl that morphed into “Seven Characteristics

The Song Of A Neo-Generalist

When you have been humming a favourite tune for a while and then to have it sung to you by the singer who sung it in the first place, is rare. To put it mildly. “The Neo-Generalist” has several tunes that have stayed with me.  And then, Kenneth Mikkelsen one of its authors came to

Of Curiosity and exploration

A few weeks ago, I was tasked with curating Founding Fuel’s newsletter. I wrote there, “As new walls

Lasting Impressions

There are facilitators and facilitators. Not just the ones that have gone on a podium and facilitated a

Strategy. Alive and real!

The topic of building strategy that is alive and real, that is not an indulgent document that is

Future gazing

The few days spent in Washington DC attending the annual conference of the World Future Society was quite

What does a coach really do?

The Indian cricket team’s dressing room sports a new head coach: Anil Kumble. The Indian head coach’s job

One of a kind

Facilitation. Now, that’s a much abused word. There was a time when anybody with a PowerPoint deck, platform

‘U’ turns

“The boss isn’t competent”. “The job isn’t meaningful”. “Colleagues / partnerships are insensitive”. “My health is going downhill