Posts Tagged ‘collaboration’

Forgive Us Our Press Passes

Posted on: May 31st, 2020 by Clear Thinking Team No Comments

What I found most interesting was the way in which people listened to my story and examples of dangerous thinking, and how they were then able to see how to apply the same kind of thinking to their specific line of work, or everyday life. This has certainly made me realise I can apply this kind of thinking to all aspects of my life, and not just my attitude to work.”

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Where Silver Eagles Soar with Paul Wilkinson

Posted on: May 14th, 2020 by Clear Thinking Team No Comments

I found it unexpectedly emotional, rekindling many memories of the positive effects which multi-sensory theatre can have on people with the most profound learning and mobility difficulties.I found it unexpectedly emotional, rekindling many memories of the positive effects which multi-sensory theatre can have on people with the most profound learning and mobility difficulties.

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Sixty Things To Do At Sixty with Liz Wilson

Posted on: April 30th, 2020 by Clear Thinking Team No Comments

It’s also re-connected me with some amazing times in my life. It’s reminded me that we are all brilliant as we are, and actually joy and love and being true to ourselves….it’s just the best way to live!”

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Bold: What does it mean to be bold?

Posted on: March 26th, 2020 by Clear Thinking Team No Comments

There’s a little bit of boldness in just doing it anyway, even if you’re not 100% sure about how the outcome is going turn out.

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Answers on a postcard

Posted on: October 18th, 2017 by Clear Thinking Team No Comments

  We’ve just taken delivery of a fresh batch of Collaboration Cards; this is our most up to date version. In the summer we worked with a small team of people who wanted to have more impact through their work. To set the scene for working together, we used the Collaboration Cards to make agreements […]

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Getting Customer Feedback Early

Posted on: August 18th, 2017 by Clear Thinking Team No Comments

What normally happens…. Do we think that we know best? Or do we test?     “If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses.”       Henry Ford * Whether Ford actually said this or not, the quote suggests people don’t know what they want, leading us to […]

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Shut Up & Listen

Posted on: April 30th, 2017 by Clear Thinking Team No Comments

Could you create a Listening Post? Being part of a community of people professionals, this is a shout out to everyone of you who considers themselves to be a good listener…there are plenty of you!! It’s soon to be Mental Health Awareness week (starting 8th May). I’ve been involved in a conversation today about setting up […]

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Every day’s a learning day, how does collaboration fit in?

every day's a learning day
Posted on: April 10th, 2017 by Clear Thinking Team No Comments

I’m very happy with the premise that every day can be a learning day, very happy. But does the learning happen accidentally or deliberately and what are the conditions that I put in place for myself to make sure that every day truly is a learning day? And where does collaboration fit in? I feel […]

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CIPD Northern Area Partnership Conference 2017

Posted on: March 10th, 2017 by Clear Thinking Team No Comments

This month we’re getting ready to take part in the CIPD Northern Area Partnership Conference 2017, and it doesn’t happen until June!   This is what we’ll be up to…… #F9 Collaboration: it’s a team game and you’re a player. Here are the rules! Only attend this session if you are curious about how you […]

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Control the climate at work……

Good Morning Good Manners Good Work Good Bye
Posted on: July 25th, 2016 by Clear Thinking Team 1 Comment

  Good Morning, Good Manners, Good Work and Goodbye; the key to good climate control! This is a ‘thing’ you might be able to make good use of. It’s still being refined, there will be more iterations, so if you have suggestions for making it better just shout. We have been developing a model called […]

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