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Adam Cooper
Dedicated to unlocking creative leadership in individuals & communities. Co-creating spaces for learning, renewal and life-affirming change.
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NZ Service Innovation 28 May 17
If you're free on Friday from 4-5pm, why not join us for our session? RSVP here:
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Adam Cooper 29 May 17
Remember these views ? Ideal venue for a future episode of the
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Adam Cooper 22 May 17
I've noticed most inspiring people I know choose to inhabit a) spaciousness whilst facing uncertainty & b) potential whilst facing pressure.
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Adam Cooper 15 May 17
"Out on the edge you see all kinds of things you can't see from the center." Yes! Kurt Vonnegut
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MBIE 12 May 17
Penny Cooper from passionate about making the payment of tax easier and smarter
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Adam Cooper 12 May 17
rockin' it at tonight's 'GovTech is the New Black' event
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Adam Cooper 11 May 17
Me too! I know it hasn't started yet, but is already my favourite speaker.
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MBIE 11 May 17
Looking forward to hearing from tonight's 'GovTech is the New Black' speakers
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Adam Cooper 10 May 17
“The interest we have in problems is so intense that at some point we take our identity from those problems" Peter Block
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Adam Cooper 9 May 17
"Innovation results from trial & error. The task is to make good mistakes, good errors, in the right direction.” Anne Bogart
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Adam Cooper 8 May 17
“Speaking a story can be an act of letting in light.” ― Anne Bogart
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Adam Cooper 8 May 17
"Innovation is made possible by the width & breadth of a person’s rummaging around the world" Anne Bogart
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Adam Cooper 7 May 17
"A talent for speaking differently, rather than for arguing well, is the chief instrument of cultural change" via
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Adam Cooper 7 May 17
Artists & leaders are activists. They see themselves as instruments for change in a pliable world.
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Adam Cooper 4 May 17
Grateful for another week where I got to design creative, fun, leadership workshops in inspirational settings.
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Adam Cooper 4 May 17
Read what these execs wish they could tell their younger selves. I esp like lesson no 1. by v
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Adam Cooper 4 May 17
“To live is to change; to live well is to have changed often.” ― Robert K. Greenleaf
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Adam Cooper 4 May 17
"it is who we become that changes the world and not just what we do". Thanks for another wise
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Adam Cooper 3 May 17
Good things happen when leaders give themselves permission to slow down & explore how to live & lead in a more life affirming way.
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Adam Cooper 3 May 17
Replying to @sam__rye
IMO restrictions are fundamental. So, learning spaces that align with natural world & equip us to respond to restrictions more consciously?
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