Why music is efficient in facilitative processes | April 1st, 2015

Intuitive and analytical brain Music affects our intuitive brain as well as our analytical brain. This means that we understand the mood and feeling “instinctly”, but we also reflect on the music in different matters. Which can help the implementation of changes after a workshop or teambuilding. Secondly organizations can learn a lot from the […]

Why Do They Do It? | March 13th, 2015

In early February we held sessions with two groups (200 people each) of leaders of the HR organization that is driving the change initiative. Their idea is that they need to be the change they want to see—walk the talk. Each group spent a day taking a deep dive into training and exercises around themes […]

Face The Music in Canada | February 16th, 2015

by Nigel E. Harris Nigel E. Harris has recently taken on the role of Face The Music’s representative in Canada. He is a musician and music facilitator based in Ottawa, Ontario. I’m a person who strongly believes in maximizing the potential of people on a personal as well as on a business footing. So when […]

The Evolution of Awareness | February 10th, 2015

The Art of Experiential Learning The art of experiential learning facilitation is in how the debrief/review is utilized to cull learning from experience, and having a process that reveals the system and using the insights to create useful actions that transfer the learning back to the operational systemand still having some fun with it. It […]

Everything’s OK (…and there’s work to do) | January 9th, 2015

  Issue 36 – January 2015 www.facethemusicblues.com       IN THIS ISSUE Notes from a Record Producer, 2 Writers and a Farmer Week-in-Preview (WIP) Process—A tool to help you work more effectively   Notes from a Record Producer, 2 Writers and a Farmer by Ken McGloin Welcome to 2015, if you’re reading this you made it— congratulations! How […]

Do Something Different(ly) | December 18th, 2014

…problems have been discussed, brainstormed, mulled over, analyzed, problem solved, run up the flagpole, thrashed out at interdepartmental meetings, had money thrown at them, had their budgets cut, had a team of consultants issue a 200-page report on them, and had visiting executives from headquarters come and scratch their heads about them.

Music–Yeah | December 14th, 2014

The musical aspect of experiential learning in promoting resonance has the advantage of music. Music is a powerful connector and a universal unifying principle. It is quickly recognized, and humans make deep, memorable associations when they hear music. “Music is found in every known culture, past and present, varying wildly between times and places. Since […]

Dynamic Resonance | December 3rd, 2014

Resonance changes with the Now. It is woven into time and achieving a collective resonance is about paying attention to the “road” that we are on together, and responding in real time. The root tone is great to tune to, but is not the resonance. What has worked before can inform how we respond and […]

Resonance | November 4th, 2014

We live in an oscillating universe of infinite possibilities. We are vibrational beings. We resonate. We travel through multi-dimensional entangled filaments of light. We are navigators on a vast ocean energy and sound. We hyper-leap through synaptic vortexes surrounded by entangled webs of illuminated light filaments. We are light beings of infinite possibilities dancing to […]

Tuning for Transformation | October 8th, 2014

Good songs are efficient. They get their message across in few words. They can conjure a whole gestalt smoothly and compactly. How about if your business did the same?