Consultant Judy Rees helps groups and teams to develop creative collaborative dialogue. They learn to uncover and share the roots of their thinking by using a precision inquiry methodology, called Clean Language.
This process is unusual because it pays close attention to metaphor, the n
Innovation facilitator Alison Coward reckons what when she’s working at her best she’s like an orchestral conductor, setting the tone and the tempo - but she’s invisible! One of the most important aspects of her work is paying attention to the people and the mood, subtly noticing when someone is playing too loudly or too quietly and being ready to step in or step back, depending on the situation.