The Invitation

Your hosts: Libby, Deven, & Tiffany. We are evaluators, educators, facilitators. Our work is individually and collectively focused on reflective practice, interpersonal effectiveness/development, and embodied learning/healing.

You: An evaluator, researcher, academic, data professional, or someone who makes a living in the information economy.

The Frame: As professionals who tend to overvalue expertise, knowledge, the written word, our left brain – – we can sometimes forget that we are human. And that we can be fully human AT WORK. We believe that through reflective practices, interpersonal development, & embodied healing we can allow ourselves to fully express our humanity.

The Offering: We want to explore these issues with you. Each month we will share a reflective prompt. A week later, your hosts will each post their response – – in NO MORE THAN 300 words. Less is often more. We sit at a pivotal moment in history, let’s talk about which direction to move, together.

The Ask: Join us. Write your own response to the prompt in the comments. No more than 300 words. Take a deep breath, open your heart, and radically (re)imagine how we might work together.

The Outcome: Emergent. Unfolding. Co-created.

7 thoughts on “The Invitation

  1. Interestingly, I am not quite sure if there is a prompt in this post other than writing a response. Per the instructions outlined it could be that this was a preview of things to come, or was an invitation to get started by reflecting on the overall concept behind the project.

    Regardless, I am intrigued about reflective practice both within professional and personal realms. I believe conscious reflection is a critical component to navigating challenging humanity-centric topics that are typically dehumanized such as within sexual and intimate partner violence, but also within political discourse and discussion of values as they pertain to power, privilege, and prejudice.

    I’m looking forward to the process and content. Count me in.

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