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"thx for the comment - check my blog at www.gettingclevertogether.com for more info"
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"Hi Stephen, nice to meet you. You work on collaborative intelligence looks quite interesting -- I'll need to check it out in more details... Christian"
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About Me:
Stephens’s overall goal is to be a more effective human being. He sees no difference in the importance of personal and professional development, each enhances the other.

Professional Speaker: Stephen has delivered hundreds of presentations across Canada and in Europe. His clients include the Project Management Institute (PMI), Canadian Marketing Institute (CMI), Ideas Arabia Conference and Public Relations Professionals Conference.

Writer / Author: He is the author of the best seller 'Teaching an Anthill to Fetch: Developing Collaborative Intelligence @ Work' and many articles for professional journals and newsletters.

Consultant: Has acted as the 'resiliency content expert' for one of Canada largest health care regions. He has also redesigned and implemented the overhaul of a customer service program for a large asset management company.

Facilitator: has extensive experience in group facilitation. Long (3 days +) intensive events as well as 2-4 hour sessions. Has planned and executed events for groups in excess of 700.

Certified Trainer: Using methods and processes from many areas including; improv, group dynamics, NLP, accelerated learning, communication theory, psychotherapy, story-telling and visual facilitation.
Specialties:

Writing, speaking and consulting about Collaborative Intelligence (CQ), group dynamics, facilitation,
How did you come across this network?
Michel Bauwens introduced me
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Stephen Joyce's Blog

'Yahu' for Collaboration

Taken from I. Velikovsky’s ‘Worlds In Collision‘:



‘Here is a story, told by …..the Snohomish tribe on Puget Sound, about the origin of the exclamation “Yahu”. “A long time ago, when all the animals were still human beings, the sky was very low. It was so low that the people could not stand erect… They called a meeting together and discussed how they could raise the sky. But they were at a loss to know how to do so. Not one was strong enough to lift the sky. Finally the idea occurred… Continue

Posted on March 19, 2008 at 17:52

7 Easy Ways to Build Workplace Collaboration

Ever wondered what your workplace would be like if everyone collaborated more effectively? Stephen James Joyce, the best selling author of ‘Teaching an Anthill to Fetch’ and a recognized authority on collaboration, shares crucial insights on one of the most pressing questions in business to-day: How can we develop a greater sense of collaboration in the workplace? This free downloadable e-Book , ‘7 Easy Ways to Build Collaboration in the Workplace’ is packed with practical solutions to an… Continue

Posted on March 19, 2008 at 17:49

Comment Wall (12 comments)

At 16:02 on March 2, 2008, Stephen Joyce said…
YIPPEE, I’M THE LEADER

I wanna be the leader
I wanna be the leader
Can I be the leader?
Can I? I can?
Promise? Promise?
Yippee, I’m the leader
I’m the leader
OK What shall we do?
(Roger McGough, b. 1937)
At 19:15 on March 2, 2008, Josef Davies-Coates said…
Hi Stephen, thanks for joining!

The world needs more effective facilitators :)
At 1:03 on March 4, 2008, Marcin Jakubowski said…
Stephen

How did you find out about me?

Marcin
At 2:13 on March 4, 2008, Michael Pick said…
Hi Stephen

Thanks for adding me as a contact - look forward to some interesting discussions with you and the rest of the folk here over the next weeks and months

Michael
At 14:32 on March 4, 2008, Michael Riversong said…
Thanks for the honor.
This is interesting -- passed through your town, in 1996 on the way from Calgary to Edmonton. Was up there delivering classes on Feng Shui. Would love to go back -- often i think of Alberta as being a lot like Wyoming, but with lots more political awareness.
How come all the best chuck wagon racers are from around there?
At 14:52 on March 4, 2008, athina.k said…
hi stephen cheers lloking forward to talking with you in the future
athina
At 17:01 on March 4, 2008, C4Chaos said…
Stephen, thanks for connecting! love your CQ blog. added to my feeds. will check back often ;)

see you around.

~C
At 0:38 on March 8, 2008, Arun said…
Hello Stephen,
Visited your blog (CQ?) and website. Very interesting. I do very little consulting now a days, concentrating more on networking, writing, talking, investigating...post 9/11. Best regards
Arun
At 18:16 on March 13, 2008, Kare Anderson said…
yes, let's join each others networks yet i do not get how to do it here
At 16:32 on March 27, 2008, Dante-Gabryell Monson said…
Hi Steve , yes , this group I guess is already rather specific , and the people relating themselves to the p2p foundation are like a little networked tribe , sharing common intentions , with a great potential for mutual empowerment. So I guess that because of my experience in relation to communicating with people relating to the p2p foundation over the last year , I already take it for granted that we interconnect our networks. :-)
See you on the forums , on the mailing lists , or in person if you end up somewhere in a european city where I would be.
Greetings
Dante

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