Using applied improvisation to  create small engaging steps    towards the Big Society      Belina Raffy, Maffick Ltd.
DescriptionNew ways of thinking are one thing, new ways   of being are another.  In this session, we will explore behaviou...
AimsDoing the same  (or more) with  lessDoing more with  more
ReactingCreating
Co‐create emergent client‐specific solutionsUnder pressureTogetherJoyfullyIn ‘real‐time’With the client watching
Simple mindsets driving useful adaptive, complex behaviours    “Everything’s an offer: How to do more with less” by Robert...
Finding valueLet’s xxxxxxYes, what I like about your idea is xxxxx and we   could xxxxxxxx.
Good news, bad newsSituationThe bad news is xxxxThe good news is xxxx and we   could xxxx
What happens next?
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  1. 1. Using applied improvisation to  create small engaging steps  towards the Big Society Belina Raffy, Maffick Ltd.
  2. 2. DescriptionNew ways of thinking are one thing, new ways  of being are another.  In this session, we will explore behaviours  leading organisations are using to develop  collaborative, adaptive, highly engaged teams  ready to do good.  This session will be a mixture of lecture‐style  and experiential learning.
  3. 3. AimsDoing the same  (or more) with  lessDoing more with  more
  4. 4. ReactingCreating
  5. 5. Co‐create emergent client‐specific solutionsUnder pressureTogetherJoyfullyIn ‘real‐time’With the client watching
  6. 6. Simple mindsets driving useful adaptive, complex behaviours “Everything’s an offer: How to do more with less” by Robert Poynton
  7. 7. Finding valueLet’s xxxxxxYes, what I like about your idea is xxxxx and we  could xxxxxxxx.
  8. 8. Good news, bad newsSituationThe bad news is xxxxThe good news is xxxx and we  could xxxx
  9. 9. What happens next?

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