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Shaping your experience with “entry points” – what are they?

March 22nd, 2012

If you’ve been checking in regularly to the Shifting Thinking 2012 Workshop page you’ll have seen us talk about 5 “entry points” into the workshop’s overarching theme of participating and contributing.

In the video below I talk about where these entry points came from, why they matters, and also what I hope that you (our participants) will bring with you as you “enter” into the Shifting Thinking space.

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The challenges of thinking differently (why ST 2012 is a workshop)

March 22nd, 2012

Our first Shifting Thinking gathering in 2009 was called a “conference”, but this year’s gathering is a “Workshop”. What’s the difference? Watch the video below to find out why (according to me) the difference matters! I also say a little bit what you can expect when you come to Shifting Thinking 2012.

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Rachel Bolstad on Act IV of the conference

November 7th, 2009

Rachel Bolstad on The Shifting Thinking conference

October 16th, 2009


Rachel Bolstad explains why tools such as blogging, Twitter and learning groups will be integral to the conference.

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