“It’s just like riding a bike – you will never unlearn it” – a wonderful way of looking at creating learning experiences, in my view. And indeed cycling has been part of me all my life and it is an excellent reminder about maintaining balance in life. It would have to be a child’s bike, because I grow as a result of and with my children, while always being the one who leads. And it's more fun.
You are a bottle of beer: where do you want to be opened?
With a friend of mine on top of a mountain we have just climbed together.
First contact with the digital era?
Back in the 80s I peered over my brother’s shoulder at the screen of a Commodore 64. Most of the time he was playing “Digger” with its display of purple and white pixels. It was extremely rare for to play myself, because I first had to get past said shoulders.
What drives you?
Purpose and belonging. And in combination particularly so. What I mean is that, when someone important to me supports me with something that I feel has purpose, then I get cracking. I also find it great fun when I can put things into practice and see what I have managed to do and have accomplices around me to hash out ideas together. #ThisMayBeTrueForManyPeople,ButItIsEspeciallyTrueForMe
Leadership Development, Team Development, Coaching, Experiential Learning Formats - Virtual and In-Person, Experiential Development, Development and Testing of Digital Formats, Tools and Methods
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