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Shared Situation Guide, Workshops & Collaborations
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A group of people can likely improve a shared situation by relating more directly to the proximity of their shared situation and each other. The Shared Situation Guide can enhance this and teach this via mobile and/or desktop. You can learn and use the guide on your own or attend a hands-on workshop. You can also participate in ongoing collaborations which use the guide.
You probably have some shared situations with friends, family, coworkers, neighbors or others. Your shared situation can be whatever your group is dealing with or considering. A shared situation might be a problem, challenge, opportunity, place, set of circumstances, something you're managing or working on together, and so on. With smartphones, we have new possibilities.
Quip and a New Approach
Often, the combination of people, places, things, ideas, feelings, relationships, groups and processes related to a shared situation can be difficult to get your arms around. We've used the Quip app, which helps people collaborate via iPhone, Android, Windows and Mac, as part of the sustainable proximities approach. This approach leverages technology and networks in a different way by applying the ProxThink growth model. The app and approach help your group relate more directly to the proximity of your shared situation and each other, which can improve your shared situation. This approach makes the proximity more of a tangible, living thing, and easier to relate to. It can also lead to greater sustainable variety. Not only that, it gives people chances to relate to the proximity in a wider variety of ways.
Shared Situation Guide Use it On Your Own if You Like
Hands-On Workshops In-Person or Online
In these hands-on workshops, you'll use the Quip app on your mobile and/or desktop with Shared Situation Guide documents you can keep and modify. We'll show you the ideas and processes, and use examples most people can relate to. You’ll try things and can ask questions as we go. Sometimes our workshops are given online, sometimes in-person, and sometimes both simultaneously. The workshops may have a minimum proxri (or ProxReward).
Sign Up for Workshops
Public Workshops For more details and to sign up, look for upcoming public workshops on Eventbrite. To be notified of upcoming workshops you can also follow ProxThink on Twitter, Facebook or Google+. Another option is to join our email list for workshops, sessions and live events.
Custom Workshops To set up a custom workshop for your group or organization, contact us.
We're planning some ongoing collaborations using the guide, which you can join and participate in whenever works best for you. Find out more about our ongoing collaborations.
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