values & connections

Published: 9th November, 2014

Thinking about the best relationships and why- to learn about where and who I am! Being true to them means rising above position and breaking power maps, org charts & hierarchy. Sustainable conversations keep going when you’re not there .. so new ideas surprise you! My top 3 values I can connect with: – don’t BELIEVE the […]

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when we’re eye-pointing

Published: 6th November, 2014

That moment  taking people with you. Group-thinking forming a shared view, a way forward. Eyes, fingers, ears and brain FUSED. The fused brain ~Team FUSION = MELTED moments. The process that POWERS the sun and the stars. The REACTION in which two atoms COMBINE together, or FUSE, to form an atom. Some of the mass is converted into ENERGY. […]

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5 things about the app

Published: 2nd October, 2014

It’s been a busy week with World of Learning and our Big Picture app landing in the app stores. It was a great chance to show how we can help change the way they work and I noted some common questions they asked so here they are: 1) “I thought Big Picture was a PHYSICAL thing […]

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Multi-Device collaboration

Published: 2nd July, 2014

Single-Device design is history – don’t I know it (as a Dad!) So I’ve been having a good look around at how we can suggest practitioners deploying the Big Pic app for their clients. Immediately you’re in what some call an ecosystem of cohabiting devices with users dipping in and out with a strong sense […]

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the art of conversation

Published: 13th June, 2014

We’re more connected than ever so maybe we need to work harder at the old-fashioned art of conversation. When I set-up Big Picture selling the training and resources I didn’t realise that I would spend so much time piecing together engaging session plans and unpicking the output. Working with a range of engaging business professionals […]

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let your body talk

Published: 13th May, 2014

There’s really nothing like working face-to-face to develop a rapport and depth of understanding. It’s feel natural and human– we’re relaxed and open. From the shuffling of the chairs to sitting shoulder-to-shoulder to the smart prompting and intense listening. It’s all about how you interact with your client and colleagues. Your ears to listen to […]

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look out for patterns

Published: 13th May, 2014

With so much information around in developing businesses it’s a real stretch to focus on the right areas and make sense of what’s going on. If you can manage if for yourself the next challenge will be to take everyone else with you. The picture is continually changing and often the approach to the last […]

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needle flickering

Published: 13th May, 2014

How is the discussion going to help us deliver lasting and measured business change? Putting aside the small talk is your dialogue covering the kind of ground that’s going to put you in a position develop the business in the most effective way you can? Think of it like the CPU usage monitor on your computer. […]

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all on one page

Published: 13th May, 2014

So many good things happening- but do they work together to make the business more successful? It’s natural to focus on a specific task rather than look at the bigger picture particularly if someone or something does not direct attention to it. If you do manage to share a view everyone can agree to it […]

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engaging voices

Published: 13th May, 2014

We’ve all had a good moan around the coffee machine- ‘if only they did this ..’ Great ideas and opportunities are out there in the organisation when it comes down to it most business development work the start and end remains within the management team. What a shame! The investment of time and resources to […]

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