What would you like to know?

Would you like to know that I’ve been a facilitator for some 5 or 6 years now?  That I work within a technological organisation and that most of my workshops are to do with IT and technology

  • How do we design this?
  • What is the strategy for this?
  • Let’s review what happened here?

And so on and so forth.

I long to do more creative work and admire (and have trained in!) the brain-friendly work of Kaizen Training but, hey, you do what you can.

Which in my case, is not much.  My organisation has canned facilitation (can’t see the value) so I am currently working as a project manager.

Other facilitators I admire?

Larry Reynolds

Caroline Holland 

Trouble with starting a list like this where do you end with insulting everybody?

Other facilitation areas of interest

  • Solutions Focus
  • Appreciative Inquiry
  • Story-telling

And, because it’s the up and coming thing in IT, I have an interest in Agile when applied to software development and delivery (although proponents will tell you it can be used in most projects)

Because Agile majors on building relationships and working together, then it is important – as a faciltator – to know how they want to work.  However, I get vary wary about those Agile enthusiasts who insist there is only ONE WAY

Oh, and I like cats.

Want to know anything else?  Drop me a line



  1. I perfectly agreed with your post on tree abuse, and wanted to see what kind of a person reacts like me. Pollarding in this context is an often misused term, though. The correct term is topping.

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