>Lynn Walsh blogs from Australia as a facilitator. She wonders how possible it is to enter conversations/meetings/training without an agenda, and she refers to a meeting that she had recently with people who were prepared to begin with no agenda. She refers to several resource books which have gone on my wish list because I am so intrigued and she quotes Robert Poynton:
“Improvisers … distinguish between action and activity. If someone is changed by what happens they call it action. If not, it is activity. … Embracing change in this way is not an attitude many people habitually adopt. Yet how can an organisation learn, or create action, if the people in it don’t.”
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>Hi DavidGlad you found this of interest. I was first introduced to improvisation and its application to facilitation by another Australian facilitator, Viv McWaters. If you wish to follow up further, you'll find rich material on Viv's blog – http://vivmcwaters.com.auCheersLynn