Since completing his PhD in mathematics and community ecology at the University of Queensland in June 1999 Andrew has gained global experience in working with organisations, within Australia and internationally in the USA, the Netherlands and the UK. The complex systems perspective drawn from his PhD has informed Andrew's experience and allowed him to make contributions in the areas of systems and software development, knowledge management, social research, facilitation and management consulting.
Today, Andrew's focus is on how effective communication and facilitation skills can change the way we work. As a keynote speaker, workshop leader and professional facilitator Andrew's style is engaging, light hearted and curious.
Andrew juggles in his spare time.
What is your main interest in this network?
Education, Social, Networking, Improv Resources
What kind of person are you?
What kinds of improv-related services are you involved in?
Teambuilding, Creativity, Problem Solving, Communcation, Conflict Resolution, Leadership, Life Skills, Change Management, Presentation Skills
Share a favorite 'improv epiphany'
Improv games are to solve problems - either in acting, theatre or business.
i just got around to reading my email here and noticed your note to me. I'm glad to hear from you and do remember well our brief but meaningful exchange in Banff. I don't check this site often so aybe we could carry on a further conversation at my other site at firstname.lastname@example.org I'd lov to hear how life is going for you. We recently spent 6 weeks in Viet Nam and came back refreshed and inspired. Now our work is getting out there quicker. Alan
For those who missed Dr. Steve Leybourne's Webinar on Organisational Improvisation. You can catch up online. Just follow the link below. Watch Dr Steve Leybourne's Webinar
AIN MONTREAL 2015 : INVITATION FOR OFFERS
You have from now until the Monday, May 11th to make a (or several) delightful offers for our tribe’s conference. Again, ’Back to Nature’ is our theme for this 2015 AIN conference. Life on earth is creative, playful, and always improvising. In that sense, being connected to nature is being connected to our whole being, with all of our creative, playful and improvisational capacities. How does your work connect with that?