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IAP2 Australasia Conference - Adelaide at Adelaide, Australia

September 9, 2013 at 9pm to September 11, 2013 at 5pm
Plenary session "Six Waves of Collective Wisdom" will present impact and reflections of World Café Europe's pan-European project "European Voices for Active Ageing" (EVAA) at IAP2 Australasia Conference  Conference PageSee More
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Changing the Perception of Ageing at Royal Festival Hall - Southbank Centre

October 2, 2012 from 12pm to 4:30pm
Tune into the LIVE streaming video from Royal Festival Hall in London on Tuesday, 2 October from 12 - 16:30 GMT to experience a Thematic Café on the topic of "Changing the Perceptions of Ageing".Link for LIVE streaming video:Live Streaming LinkThis dialogue is one of six Thematic Cafés being held in celebration of the European Year of Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations 2012 with support from the Citizens for…See More
Oct 1, 2012
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"Hi Patricia Oops, 6 months since you wrote about the medical world and world cafe - sorry life (read work) has been hectic.  I've run two pilot world cafes now - one with a mixed group of Consultants who are Leadership Champions and their…"
Feb 16, 2012

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At 7:40am on February 16, 2012, Alison G Gisvold said…

Hi Patricia

Oops, 6 months since you wrote about the medical world and world cafe - sorry life (read work) has been hectic.  I've run two pilot world cafes now - one with a mixed group of Consultants who are Leadership Champions and their managerial counterparts and one with a group of Consultants, Operating Theatre Practitioners and senior postgraduate doctors who are all engaged with Medical Simulation.  I have learned a great deal from both experiences and am now undertaking the level 1 world cafe course.  Hurdles to overcome with medics so far, is their reluctance to leap into anything them deem to by 'warm and fuzzy' i.e. not positivist, rational etc.  Asking them to doodle on tablecloths was anathema.  However, i have compromised on multiple sheets of large flip chart paper which they happily accept.  The positives from these first two experiences, is that they react very well to answering those critical questions - they like to 'fix' things and the questions are a good way in.  So far it's been quite easy to move them from wanting to fix everything to encouraging conversations and reflection and the feedback from my first two attempts has been very positive and the results of the conversations are now being implemented within NHS Trusts which is really pleasing!

At 12:10pm on September 9, 2011, Paco Molinero said…
Hola Pat, encantado de hablar contigo. Soy nuevo en esta Comunidad. Yo estoy haciendo cosas de gestión del conocimiento y Comunidades de Práctica para la Generalitat de Cataluña y me hablaron de la existencia de esta Comunidad, pero la verdad es que no he podido explorar lo que se hace. Si me puedes orientar un poco te lo agradecería. Estamos en contacto
At 5:48am on September 9, 2011, Dymphna Ormond said…
Thanks for your mail.  I am a training consultant and was introduced to the
World Cafe about 18 months ago. As I usually work with small groups I have
not had the opporunity to really use it.  However, I have been asked by a
customer to facilitate an Away Day for a function and as part of that I am
introducing the World Cafe to generate ideas for one particular challenge that they have.   There are 20 in the group, so not that many, but  think it will work for their requirements.  The away day is next week so I can give you some feedback on how it went if interested?  How are you using it.  Any suggestions/tips from your experience would be great also.
 
 
 

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