Cognitive, Affective, Psychomotor:  The True, the Good and the Beautiful

Not in that order: but do you see the connection? I was stunned, reading William Isaacs’ 1999 book Dialogue: And the Art of Thinking Together to discover the correlation between our well-tested axiom “learning is always cognitive, affective and psychomotor” and the classic theme of the true, the good and the beautiful. I had never […]

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Five Tips for Strategic Communication

Strategic communication can encompass so much. In this brief tip sheet we focus specifically on e-newsletters. However, they can be helpful for any strategic communication.​       1.  Start with a creative brief A creative brief clarifies what you’re going to develop and why. Even if you think everyone’s already clear about what you’re […]

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Enliven Your Museum Experience:  Strategies for Engaging and Interacting with Art

Every work of art can be seen as a complementary part of an undefined, unified whole of past human experience—a trail that leads to our doorstep and continues on with any of us open to exploring and continuing the conversation. Let’s invite the conversation! Use the following questions and activities to explore artwork. Whether in […]

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An Action Package for Managers, Part I

Do you sometimes find that training doesn’t stick? Watch a four-minute case study with a creative approach to taking new skills out of the workshop and into the workplace. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbeMNxFubvA&feature=youtu.be Keep an eye out for Part Two of this blog for a closer look at this work. What ideas for your organization does this blog […]

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