“Everything we do depends for its quality on the thinking we do first and our thinking depends on the quality of our attention for each other”

Nancy Kline, Time To Think

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As diversity and inclusion practitioners, we are often in emotionally demanding as well as rewarding situations, sometimes giving a piece of ourselves through our passion and commitment.

As pioneers delivering new ideas and concepts, it can sometimes feel like you are a lone wolf, met with resistance and not always equipped with solutions for every nuance.

Frequently, the urgency of our work means that we have little or no time to really think, only to react. Our intention with Pause, is to create a space in which people can think better in order to do better. That space will be co-created between all of us in the work that we do together.

“Non-learning is our response to everyday experience. As long as experience conforms to our mental models, no learning is required.”

Peter Jarvis