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A short how-to video, to show you how to use and create catalytic questions as well as where to get a nice list of them on our website.
A short how-to video, to show you where to find and how to use the TetraMap 3D Tetrahedron in the TetraPanel.
Communication centres on building strong relationships. This short video gives you several ideas and concepts to use in your TetraMap workshops to expand participants understanding. We are all, all four Elements> flexing like a rubber band> and the importance of using your lowest Element.
Quotes can often be a useful way to explore language. We help identify the natural preferences of some well-known Leaders. Facilitators can expand the use of this enlightening activity in their own workshops.
Giving participants and facilitators more insights to the Earth Element
A short guide, why and how to use QR Codes with the TetraMap Digital Instrument.
Use this 3D Tetrahedron for online workshops and webinars. It can be played on screen or individually by your participants to gain an understanding of the TetraMap with four inter-dependent Elements with no opposites. A valuable learning concept for all TetraMappers.
A 30-minute webinar by Certified TetraMap Facilitator Kath Dewar of GoodSense Marketing, attended by our Master Facilitators.
Get practical tips and useful guidance from a marketing expert. Amplify your message and TetraMap’s reach by following 3 proven strategies – short, sweet, and simple to do!
A 4:33-minute video made at the May 2015 CIPD Learning & Development show in the UK. Master TetraMap Facilitator Nicki Davey explains how Saltbox creates deep learning by engaging body, mind, heart, and spirit in their training. Some brilliant tips for workshops and conferences!
The creators on TetraMap’s influences: Yoshimi and Jon Brett describe how TetraMap influenced by Ancient Chinese theories, Empedocles, Hippocrates, Marston, Jung, Herrmann, but most significantly, R Buckminster Fuller.
A new study from BBC Earth and the University of California has revealed that watching nature documentaries can make you happier.
Nature is Resilient (and awe-inspiring) – created by Viking Biomimic.
Yoshimi and Jon Brett discuss the origins and legacy of their creation.
Jan talks about the value of the planning tool for her consultancy and her clients.
Jon talks about the tetrahedron, TetraMap’s competitive edge. Edgy-ness is an excellent metaphor that reflects risk: standing on the precipice, being provocative, a little confronting even.
Yoshimi and Jon demonstrate how to prove 1 + 1 = 4 and that diversity is a prerequisite for synergy.
Yoshimi and Jon attended a conference March 2011 entitled Sustainability is Mainstream. The conference ended with a 5-minute video presentation from Jonathon Porritt, co-founder of Forum for the Future in the UK.