By building my ‘presence’ muscle, my work as a facilitator and a programme leader has become paradoxically easier, when being present is far from easy. Below I share four moments where I found presence to be perfect. By Akasadaka Robison.
A World Cafe is relatively easy to facilitate. The process is well worked out. As facilitators you will know the right questions can be crucial in achieving the purpose. By Akasadaka Robison
Long after a facilitated session has finished thoughts,insights and ideas will continue to bubble up. These may be pure gold for helping the group move forward to achieving its purpose. By Akasadaka Robison.
Crude, the first of 5 videos, has been released by Global Heartwarming in the led up to the Paris 2015, World Climate Summit. It is turning out to be one of my main projects so far for 2015. By Akasadaka Robison.
John Hunter, creator of the World Peace game, on the TED Radio Hour. Hunter teaches the concept of peace not as a utopian dream but as an attainable goal to strive for, and he provides his students with the tools for this effort. By Akasadaka Robison.
At the Prana Easter festival held in Opoutere, NZ, 2015, I ran an experimental workshop with this rather lengthy title above. My purpose was to offer something to the Prana Whanau (Family) that would generate hope and inspiration for community living. By Akasakada Robison.