Peer Sharing Process

Here is a description of one of the processes used at a Saturday morning (4 hour) session for a community gathering as part of a longer Friday night to Sunday afternoon winter / Matariki gathering. The purpose of the morning: to grow and deepen our community/neighbourhood.

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The Future Beckons

Over New Year, I read a new book by Muhammad Yumus, Nobel Peace Prize Winner, inventor of microcredit, and founder of the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh.  This book, “A World of Three Zeros: The new economics of zero poverty, zero unemployment, and zero carbon emissions”, started me on a learning journey, that led to “Postcapitalism:... Continue Reading →

Listening for Collective Intelligence

Introduction: Recently I attended the Australasian Facilitators Network Conference held at Stanwell Tops, New South Wales, Australia (October 15-18). The conference focus was on improving our facilitation skills through strengthening intercultural processes. The title of the Conference was “Marelin, Yarning all ways” http://www.afnconference.org.au/ I gave a short (1 ½ hour) workshop called: Listening for collective... Continue Reading →

Some Forms of Collective Intelligence

Collective Intelligence is now referred to in fields as diverse as revelation and altered states; effective group, team and organisational work; and also intelligence gathering for security purposes. How to make sense of all of this? In my efforts to understand the diversity of the collective intelligence field (s) - I have been googling away... Continue Reading →

What does Collective intelligence mean to me / you / us?

Notes from Workshop at Macquarie University, Sydney at the Australasian Facilitators Network (AFN) Conference, 5/6 December. Purpose – To explore / inquire into accelerating collective intelligence through the use of energy and subtle capacities. Culture  agreement – Personal stories stay in the room. Suspend judgement and disbelief. Speak from “I”. Question / inquiry What does... Continue Reading →

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