Posts Tagged ‘connectedness’

Context and convening

February 15, 2011 |  by  |  Uncategorized  |  No Comments

Where are the contexts in which we have opportunity to engage in rich, wholesome conversations with people we may not know? If such experiencing is important to you, where can you do this? Particularly if you enjoy meeting new people? Or wish to expand your social circle? Or see value in improving your communication skills? My sense and likely yours too is that such contexts are not easy to find.  Which gives rise to the notions that conversation is a dying art, that digital technology leads increasingly to insubstantial connecting and that many people no longer have the ability to listen carefully....

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Breaking new ground

May 19, 2010 |  by  |  Uncategorized  |  10 Comments

Breaking new ground The Conversare enterprise to date has been conducted in one venue. This is the lovely upstairs room in Café Zambra in Wanchai, Hong Kong. Up until now we  have taken responsibility of organising and promoting  monthly events there.  The opportunity is now presenting in which the management of a restaurant is doing the promotion and a facilitator is being contracted to host the event. This business model is likely to be mutually beneficial.  For it enables a venue such as a restaurant, pub, hotel and others to have a USP (unique selling point) which could mean: .  increased custom. .  a reputation...

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