Julian spent his early working years as a jazz musician, playing piano in lots of improvised contexts. Improvisation, or learning to ‘play’ with others under conditions of uncertainty, turned out to be a great apprenticeship to group facilitation work. The philosophy of jazz was really his starter culture and is still the cornerstone of his approach to facilitation.
He’s been working on a PhD for the past four years about coworking, and has written and spoken about the changing culture of work and learning for freelancers and entrepreneurs. In addition to a teaching role at RMIT, Julian is a Research and Insights practice lead at wheretofromhere?
A Starter on Group Facilitation for Internal Facilitators
We will demonstrate how to harness & synthesis collective inputs of groups as well as sharing our perspectives based on our own design & facilitation with public & private sector.