Collaborate Live: Collaborating on the Fringes

Posted on: July 6th, 2015 by Clear Thinking Team No Comments

collaborate live logo 2Series 2 Episode 1 : To launch the second series of Collaborate Live, Bev [@stickythinker] was joined by not one, but two guests, Helen Amery [@wildfigsolns] from Wild Fig Solutions and Michelle Parry-Slater [@MiPS1608] from Kairos Modern Learning.

Helen and Michelle have recently been working together to launch the Learn > Connect > Do Fringe Networking Event for SME HR People at the CIPD L&D Show that was held in London in May 2015.

You can discover more about their work by visiting their respective corners of the web…… and

If you're new to the #CollaborateLive series, we use it to explore what collaboration means to different people so we can learn from them and share what we discover. In this new series we'll continue to keep them short and snappy. This one is around the 20 minute mark so still accessible during a coffee break.

When you listen you'll hear more about ……

  • Creating more and better with collaboration
  • Michelle's collaboration experiments
  • If where you choose to collaborate can make a difference
  • The power of having a purpose when you collaborate with others
  • Bringing people together and helping strangers to collaborate

You can watch how the conversation unfolds below……


The Series: Collaborate Live! is a series of interviews that explores the principles of brilliant collaboration from a wide range of perspectives. We're curious about collaboration; we know what it means to us, what it looks like and how we show up as collaborators, but what about everyone else? You can watch the whole series so far here and the collection continues to grow, creating a resource for anyone interested in collaboration and looking for inspiration and ideas.

Be our guest: If you'd like to take part in the Collaborate Live series as a guest, or if you have a suggestion about who we should talk to next, we'd love to hear from you.

“Behind every great person… are a bunch of other people.” 


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