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Covid-19 brought a new world… and with it, an unparalleled opportunity to rethink business interaction and organizational priorities. Now, as isolation ends in many parts of the world, businesses are already casting forward to the ‘new normal’, as they look for new and innovative options that include remote training and communication vehicles.

Although Covid-19 has had a negative impact on the economy and on different segments of the business landscape. It has also brought positive lessons and new learning that, if codified, can be used to improve and progress past this chapter. This Kitchen Table Conversation provides a platform for individuals to come together virtually to engage in ‘meaning making’.

In the current environment how has group process and the use of qualitative tools changed? How has it stayed the same? What does this mean for our work as professionals?

A KTC is an opportunity for people to come together, share their views and build upon each other’s concepts and ideas. It is a free-flowing, enjoyable and slightly rambunctious way to throw ideas around and net out something extremely valuable to the community. Come find out for yourself!

Date: Tues, 07 July,  12:30 Toronto /17:30 London /18:30 Luxembourg

You will be provided with Zoom details once you’ve registered.



Rick WOLFE is the creator of the Kitchen Table Conversation methodology and Master Moderator. His 3+ decades perfecting the KTC methodology has allowed him to understand the mechanics of conversation with the depth and clarity that few enjoy – especially in the business world. Rick’s obsession with the Beautiful Question is uncompromising. “The beautiful question captivates us,” he says, “it immerses us at the table and keeps us riveted within the conversation.”
Rick has spark conversation and meaningful exchange in almost every corner of the globe. He has moderated over 1,000 Kitchen Table Conversations on 4 continents, 9 countries and 47 cities. Rick’s eclectic mix of theatre arts, advertising and client management allows him to see past the ‘apparent and ordinary’ and to truly focus on the sparks that create evocative and ground-breaking exchanges.