Questions Questions

One of the delights in my days is to harvest great questions I come across. Here are some shared in the PeerSpirit Circle Tale September 2012 : In congregational life, significant questions can start groups on a quest from being a congregation to being a community. Some of these questions might be: Who are you? Why are […]

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Portkey

One of the delightful improv games I learned at the Applied Improv Network Conference was Portkey. I found it to be a simple way to tap into the storyteller in each of us and I can see it fitting in beautifully in ‘getting to know you/relationship building’ intro activities. Gratitude to Chris Sams for sharing […]

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Silly Games

My final mini-harvest from my time at the Applied Improv Network Conference. This one from Viv McWaters (who I finally met after knowing her on Twitter for almost three years). We were in a lovely breakout session swapping games and had finished playing a game some might call silly.  The game was Lame Duck, where […]

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Game Versus Play

Harvesting another little tidbit amongst all the learnings I had at the Applied Improv Network Conference. This one from the opening session with Bernie DeKoven and Matt Weinstein, when Bernie talked about game community versus play community. In a game community the big question underneath is “is the player good enough to play”? And in […]

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Co-creating: A Fine Line

Onto another mini-harvest from my time at the Applied Improv Network Conference. One of my main ah-has on Friday came from a break-out session and partnering with Chris Corrigan. We had done an activity where in the first part of a brainstorm I responded with a “yes but” to every suggestion Chris had, then we switched […]

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