Unhurried Conversations, Cambridge, 15 and 28 May

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

37HAntony Quinn and I will be hosting some more Unhurried Conversations this month in Cambridge. Both are free.

We’re at the Trinity Centre Cambridge Science Park 15 May 8.30am to 10.30am Register here

And at Browns Trumpington Street, 28 May, 10am to noon. Register here.

In an Unhurried Conversation, there is time to think, and  we can experience silences as companionable rather than awkward.

Unhurried can be fast and it can be slow… the main thing is that the pace is comfortable, so that people can relax into the flow, and no-one need feel crowded out or left behind.

We think it can be a terrific pace for genuine creative thinking… the kind where we wonder if we are solving the right problem, not just churning out familiar solutions. Where listening is as interesting as talking.

Please come along, and if you like, bring along a topic than concerns or excites you. We’ll use our experience to suggest conversation formats that will make for an unusually human encounter.

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