Archives for April 2014

The Hard Yakka of Organising Workshops

There’s never a dull moment when you are running workshops here in Melbourne and interstate. We’re gearing up to run four one day workshops: Aged Care: Chair Chi Level One, Falls Prevention the Tai Chi way , Creative Great Conversations and A Taste of Appreciative Inquiry. I’ll be the lead facilitator/trainer for the first two and Sue […]

Are You M.A.D.?

You need to be M.A.D. before you can help others to change their thinking and behaviour.

Change: Now You See It, Now You Don’t

A very funny clip where magic is used on various dogs. Check out there reactions.

Useful Websites: Personal & Professional Development

We’ve gathered a number of links on our Useful Websites page for those interested in personal and professional development. Each section has a number of links under the following headings: Collaboration and Partnerships Community Development Conflict Resolution Creativity and Innovation Customer Service Goal Setting Leadership Presentations & Public Speaking Resilience Time Management Youth Leadership We […]

Just Appreciation

I was running a Chair Chi session for an aged care centre and we had a new resident join the group. He sat there in his wheel chair, watched with a blank expression, did not join in and I could just hear him mumble ‘it’s all @#$!’. Rather than confront him I decided to continue […]