I hate Zoom. Let’s do a Zoom

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In lockdown, no one can hear you scream. Especially if you are on mute.

While Zoom/Teams meetings seemed like a joyous liberation back in March 2020, they now seem like a special kind of torture. I avoid them if I can.

BUT, I am now willing to jump back in. So long as you put your deck to one side and quit PowerPoint. Promise? Okay.

The one thing I am hearing from those who work in offices is that creativity is at an all-time low. Ideas are not flowing, due to the lack of chat around the coffee machine or the Friday lunchtime session in the pub. No one is moving, so no one is scribbling down that idea in the back of the cab or inspired by that thing they saw on the Tube. Everything is still.

So, the idea is this. A genuine expert in ideas, talking to or with your team (or just you) to make sure that these ideas happen. To give you a springboard to dive off, inspiration to work with and a shovel to dig yourselves out of that hole. It can be focussed, unfocussed or just plain brainstorming in the wild.

45 minutes, I throw in ideas, you throw them back. We see where you are stuck and what you can do next. 15 minutes of feedback, questions, reflections and we are done. One fee fits all. One-to-one or one-to-fifty. No obligation to work with me further. Simply contact me on until the end of February 2021. It’s probably less than your average Pret bill for a lunch meeting.

Come on now, don’t tell me you’re missing Pret…

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