Tag: words

Catching ideas in flight

Where to start with this one? Where the heck do I start? How do I get it to stay still long enough that I┬ácan start? Threads. Words. Sort-of. Except that as soon as I start to write, it’s gone anyway.

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Belonging

A great conversation yesterday with Australian facilitator Helena Read, around the word ‘belonging’, and how it links with vision and enterprise-vision. In the enterprise, vision is the anchor for everything: the quality-system, the business-purpose, the enterprise itself. It’s a very

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Companionship

Companionship. A calm kind of word. Quiet. Friendly. Supportive, enfolding – those kinds of feelings. A companion is literally “someone with whom we share bread”. Hence companionship is that state, condition, process, experience, whatever, of ‘sharing bread’ with companions. So

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