The following day there was a round table event – again this was new to me. The event took place in a large room with 29 round tables (literally). At each table, an individual presented their work related to one of the themes. We were asked to make the sessions interactive and to encourage discussion. Each session lasted for 30 minutes, at which point the convenor announced that it was time for participants to move to another table. After another 30 minutes the groups changed again. At my table (number 3) I presented what I now tend to refer to as “The Bridge Model”. Having three opportunities to share my work was great. I’m also glad to say that people came to my table (!) and the work was very well received.
If you would like to read more about the bridge model, please click on the title of this blog to open the link.
Needless to say, I didn’t go to San Francisco for a day and a half! Afterwards we had a fantastic holiday - now I’m back and coping with jet lag – can’t really complain about that though, can I?!