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Coconsulting - a basic structure
Basic guidance for people starting to use coconsulting (a peer process for mutual helping).
Core Process for Business
This article shows how you might use core process at a business level to improve engagement, develop a purpose and establish your brand.
Eye-Opening Conversations
Words create worlds. We can have better lives and make a better world by having different conversations.
Feelings at work
People's feelings can stop them doing effective work. Sharing feelings effectively can transform blocked situations quickly and dramatically.
How to do Core Process
Step by step instructions about how to do a core process. Core Process is two words that express a person's unique purpose and talent.
Idea Ping Pong - a simple way to get ideas to flow
You simply take turns producing ideas. You encourage and model building on ideas, not criticising them. The article has a worked example on improving a meeting.
Interfaith Quiz
A photographic quiz that will introduce people gently to the beauty of different faiths and how they worship.
Long term evaluation of Core Process
Follow up interviews show the benefits of core process to individuals. People also give their thoughts on potential benefits to individuals and organisations.
Sowing hope in a time of crisis
These questions may change the conversation about Covid-19 from fear to hope
Strategic Relationship Building
A simple way to build trust and cooperation between people from very different organisations who have to work together.
Support Group Format
A simple way to run a group where everyone get's heard and develops their thinking and confidence.
Teams in the real world
This links to a model which illustrates the internal and external relationships of a team.
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