Looking is not seeing – Seeing is not (necessarily) perceiving

By |2016-11-18T10:04:04+00:00March 14th, 2014|Perspective, Strategy, Uncategorized, Watercolour|

This is a painting of a friend, Vera. She kindly allowed me to use one of her photos from Facebook.as material for portrait practice. I did more than 15 drawings and 11 watercolour portraits from that photo.   And they are all completely different.  In terms of likeness, some are better than others but even [...]

Are you living in a monochrome palette?

By |2016-11-18T10:04:05+00:00March 7th, 2012|Coaching, Conversation models, Learning, Models, Teams, Watercolour|

I have a presentation called "Your Life in Light and Colour".  In this presentation I use the painting of a watercolour as a metaphor for life, or at least life in business.  This has been well received and now I have decided to take it forward as an offer.   I am rewriting the material [...]

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Business in light and colour

By |2016-11-18T10:04:09+00:00April 21st, 2011|Strategy, Watercolour, Workshop|

Facts do not drive change, emotions drive change.  As a consultant and coach I help leaders and their teams with the conversations that lead to clear strategies and plans.  As a watercolourist I continually come across similarities between the principles governing the creation of successful watercolours and perspectives leading to effective teams. In this presentation [...]

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