This is our moment

This is Our Moment is a rolling programme of authentic creative development and a long-term commitment to sustainable social change.  If you would like to find out what happens if we keep putting one foot in front of the other  read on…

Who do we want to be?

On a walk in development we consider questions from three perspectives: our own development, those around us and the wider world. To consider: Who do we want to be? I suggest we:

Then seek a creative alignment to create our own development framework and identify a next step on our journey.

You can see how I got on here

Do we have a development plan?

On a walk in development we consider questions from three perspectives: our own development, those around us and the wider world. To consider: do we have a development plan?  I suggest we:

Then seek a creative alignment to create our own plan and identify a next step on our journey.

 

Do keep hold of your thoughts – or share them with me or your peers. This helps us explore our development frameworks and build up resources for future development (You can see my responses on this walk in development).

What do we want to achieve?

On a walk in development we consider questions from three perspectives: our own development, those around us and the wider world. To consider: what do we want to achieve?  I suggest we:

  • Reflect: What is our vision?
  • Present examples of how we can develop our team
  • Analyse how we will know if we are successful 

Then seek a creative alignment to create our own proposal and identify a next step on our journey.

What are we looking for?

On a walk in development we consider questions from three perspectives: our own development, those around us and the wider world.  To consider: what are we looking for?  I suggest we:

  • Reflect on how we can share our development?
  • Present examples of how we can build our relationships.
  • Analyse how will we communicate?

Then seek a creative alignment to create our own marketing and identify a next step on our journey.

What can we offer?

On a walk in development we consider questions from three perspectives: our own development, those around us and the wider world.  To consider: what can we offer?  I suggest we:

  • Reflect: How can we earn an income?
  • Present:  What can we share?
  • Analyse: How can we build our community?

Then seek a creative alignment to create our own business model and identify a next step on our journey.

Are we engaged in development?

On a walk in development we consider questions from three perspectives: our own development, those around us and the wider world. To consider: are we engaged in development? I suggest we:

Then seek a creative alignment to create our own practice statement and identify a next step on our journey.

Do keep hold of your thoughts – or share them with me or your peers.  This helps us explore our development frameworks and build up resources for future development.

(You can see my responses on this walk in development)

What is our approach?

On a walk in development we consider questions from three perspectives: our own development, those around us and the wider world.  To consider: what is our approach?   I suggest we:

  • Reflect: on how we work?
  • Present: examples of how we can collaborate with others?
  • Analyse: how can we contribute?

Then seek a creative alignment to create our own approach and identify a next step on our journey.

Who can we work with?

On a walk in development we consider questions from three perspectives: our own development, those around us and the wider world.  To consider: who can we work with?   I suggest we:

  • Reflect: on the people who have most to offer and most to gain from collaborating with us? (I suspect it will be the same people).
  • Present: examples of places we might find people to work with?
  • Analyse: platforms and projects that can help us collaborate?

Then seek a creative alignment to create our own network and identify a next step on our journey.

What shall we work on?

On a walk in development we consider questions from three perspectives: our own development, those around us and the wider world.  To consider: what shall we work on?   I suggest we:

  • Reflect: on how we can support individuals?
  • Present: examples of effective collaboration?
  • Analyse: What impact we can have?

Then seek a creative alignment to create our own programme and identify a next step on our journey.