F3.1 Friday’s Favourite Finds
Today, I’m celebrating my 50th blog post with a new weekly habit. Feel free to share with others who are outside of #oped12 and #cfhe12 as you wish.
F3.1 – Friday’s Favourite Finds
- On my Kindle: Daring Greatly by Brené Brown, expert on vulnerability and shame resilience.
- The Busy Trap – an eye-opener about chronic busy-ness with a great reference to Richard Scarry.
- What does learning look like? by Jane Bozarth – click on the Pinterest link too!
My inspiration for this new habit is a decade-old coaching practice that I’d forgotten about. We called it C3: Coaching for Culture Change. I was a fairly new public servant at the time and I had formed a coaching circle with two senior managers. For several months, we took an hour to ourselves on Fridays to reflect on the week’s issues and share viewpoints. It was ground-breaking stuff and I miss it.
I am also inspired by Harold Jarche’s Friday Finds, by a former colleague who would send humourous and/or uplifting messages to our virtual team every Friday and by the two courageous learners who helped me find the two articles above.
“Work for change or change your work” – Stephen Clarke
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