“Highly recommended! Based on the experience of myself and several colleagues last month, these Conversations of Intrigue are a starting-point for self-discovery, gaining insight into your workplace and its culture, and for learning from others’ perspectives. Provoking, entertaining and enormously rewarding.” – ATEM Book Club, University of Melbourne
“I enjoyed the conversation prompted by the ‘safe house’ offered by John Le Carre. I think ‘prompted’ is a good word for it. Often enough in facilitation the task is to prod and even provoke conversation – Meredith’s approach offers an interesting way of framing an invitation to reflect.
Meredith’s idea provides a counterpoint from which to compare and contrast. Much better than a case study – they are frequently dry and hemmed in by reference to ‘organisational contexts’. A Conversations of Intrigue approach is interesting in part because it draws on a fictional world which seems to offer more freedoms for conversation and more scope for trying out thoughts about who we are and what we do.” Rob Sheehan, Sharp Words Consultancy, Editing & Writing
For information on why I chose Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy please look here.