Reading Time: 4 minutes My weekend started Friday and we were changing the clocks. With the Twitter takeover, I started wondering if I should leave that space and this prompted a bigger reflexion about how I want to use my time and get informed. Social media, and even Internet were not a thing for… Read More »Changing the clock, getting some time back
Reading Time: 4 minutes I’ve just finished a lego set I had bought myself for Christmas: the typewriter, and today I was looking online for images of old sets I had as a kid from the 70s. This might bring back memories to others too. The typewriter It was a really good set, I’ve… Read More »Lego
Reading Time: 5 minutes I had an end of year review at work yesterday which prompted me to think back about my professional journey. 10 years ago I wasn’t in a good place. I had worked hard to build up my classes where I was teaching French to various groups. I was self-employed but… Read More »Looking back
Reading Time: 5 minutes I’ve just finished catching up with many talks from the SDinGOV Conference. So here are some thoughts on what made a speaker better than another for me. Note: This is only my point of view. I attend a lot of events (all of them online since 2020), I don’t have… Read More »Advice for speakers
Communities are vital in times of crisis. This is where people found their own solutions to help each others at the start of the COVID19 pandemic, way before public services could do anything for the citizens.
We need to engage with them but we need to do it the right way.Read More »How to engage with a community?
From empowering teams at work, to workers taking back control and communities getting together to lead the change they want to see happen.Read More »Self-organisation — How do we give the power back to the people?