The opening question in an exemplar modelling interview is often hard to keep clean. I offer some tips on how to do it.
Attending more to the artistic aspects of Clean Space whihc contribute to the overall aim of encouraging conditions for creative emergence.
A process whereby a person constructs a model of the way their system operates and in so doing provides feedback to the system from which it can learn.
An important question-to-self when modelling symbolically is: Where is the client perceiving from?. Tracking changes to the ‘point of perception’ is a sophisticated skill.
The second of my four observations from supervision of trainee facilitators
How to model the pattern of facilitator/interviewer decisions from a session transcript.
As well as ‘the’ therapeutic relationship between client and facilitator, the relationship between the client and themselves is just as important.
How likely is it that a client will need to go beyond or outside the Symbolic Modelling Lite process?
What drives most innovation, both of knowledge and technology? Making use of Nassim Nicholas Taleb ideas.
Discussions with Andrew Austin and Steve Andreas with comments by several others
How to combine the three main phases of David Grove’s work. Published in Acuity.
We do not ask clean questions so they are ‘answered’, in the traditional meaning of that word. We ask them to envoke Ent-sprechen:
Some comments on Survival of the Sickest: The surprising connections between disease and longevity by Sharon Moalem.
If we consider natural ‘selection’ as a ‘filter’, what criteria does the system use to filter changes? What does it let through and what does it prevent access to?
New reserach show how we learn not to act like someone when they fail.
My thoughts on Dan Gardner’s Risk: The Science and Politics of Fear.
NN Taleb identifies the three ‘villains’ that make companies Black Swan prone. How do they apply to individuals?
“After the crisis, people asked me what we should be doing. The logical conclusion is to stay as far away as possible from certain exposures that make you Black Swan prone.” NN Taleb.
“There is an environment that creates Black Swan problems; a man made environment that I call ‘extremistan’ … where the exception plays a very large role”. NN Taleb.
“The problem with technology is that when it works, it is better; when it does not work, it is far worse.” NN Taleb