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Weekly Notes: November 23-27, 2015

This week:

  • Learning more about coaching
  • Thinking about how to introduce coaching framework into training courses
  • Finalizing programs monograms
  • Outlining a timeline for Strategic Sourcing Process…
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Weekly Notes

The Only Child

Sweet and reflective. I must say that 2015 is producing some AMAZING wordless picture books and this one is no exception.

In the Author’s Note, Guojing tells us that this book is a reflection of her feelings of loneliness while growing up in China in the 80s under the one-child policy. 255 more words

Picture Book Reviews

Storyboarding - Part One

This week’s new theme in our Ways of Seeing module involved what I have lengthly anticipated from the very beginning of the course – storyboarding. I have to admit I have never before storyboarded any narrative which is why I was really thrilled when we were asked to retell the interview process at the beginning of this year. 85 more words

Ways Of Seeing


In Float, a boy sets out for the day, ready to explore with his freshly crafted paper boat. Though it begins to rain, he’s not worried at all and sends his boat sailing through the puddles. 220 more words

Picture Book Reviews

Rising Talent Module: Thriving with Creativity

A few weeks ago, the Rising Talent group attended our next module of training and this time, the focus was on creativity. Rumour had it that there would be balloon animals involved (!) but whilst this didn’t turn out to be the case, it was an enlightening couple of days that motivated and empowered us to think and act more creatively. 1,028 more words

Rising Talent

buffering your thesis

I’m sure I’m not the only one who finds it excruciatingly irritating to be in the middle of streaming a video or music and the computer stops and spins its little wheel while it downloads more data. 954 more words

Pat Thomson