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Facilitation: the art of enabling a group of people to achieve a common goal. IAF England Wales brings you a show by facilitators, for facilitators and anyone interested in using facilitation for change. We'll share guest stories, experiences and methods. Plus, we'll bring you up to date on what's happening at our Meetups.
 
You can be a series regular one week and in the unemployment line the next. From a lead role on MTV to a recurring role on an emmy nominated Showtime series and everything inbetween, Adam Cagley and his pal Jareb Dauplaise have seen and done it all in their combined 30 years in the acting game. These are the stories, trials and tribulations of two actors who are still in development.
 
Degan was once two different people. But when two people spend enough time together, something horrible occurs and they merge into a single being. Adam Cagley sits down for a weekly conversation about love, sex and relationships with the hive-minded entity he calls his friend in a make shift couple's counseling podcast.
 
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Chinook helicopters, basically an advanced multi-mission machine can also be classified as a medium-lift helicopter that’s also seen more combat employment than possibly any other helicopter in that class, globally. The Indian Air Force has inducted 15 of these, and with their ceiling limit allowing operations in very high altitudes, they are a hug…
 
In 1999, CCS cleared a 30-year submarine construction plan in which 24 Submarines were to be inducted into the Indian Navy by 2030. After a long delay, a contract was concluded with Mazagon Docks Ltd to construct 6 submarines in collaboration with Naval Group, France. Termed as Project 75 these Scorpene submarines started joining the Indian Navy in…
 
NEW DELHI: The United States has set a deadline of the end of next month for withdrawing its troops from Afghanistan, marking an end to a nearly two-decade long war it launched soon after Al Qaeda terrorists attacked multiple sites in America on what came to be known as 9/11. The American initiative is a throwback to the Vietnam War, with the world…
 
The Indian Navy has recently been handed over two MH60R multi-mission helicopters in San Diego USA by Lockheed Martin. Indian Navy has contracted for a total of 24 helicopters and they will start joining the Indian Navy from mid-2022 onwards. To know more about the capability of these very potent platforms we have with us Captain P Rajkumar, a vete…
 
NEW DELHI: As U.S. troops pull out of Afghanistan, bringing an end to a 20-year war they initiated, it reminds one about a similar American misadventure in Southeast Asia more than four decades ago. In both instances, the world’s most powerful army was pitted against smaller adversaries, yet was handed down humiliating defeats. In this episode of ‘…
 
In this episode Helene talks to Alex Williams Lead Trainer and Facilitator for nature-based learning at Muddy Feet. All Alex and her team’s facilitation is outside, taking groups of all ages out to urban and rural wild spaces encouraging nature connection. Helene asks why Alex chooses to work outdoors. This is largely as the focus of the work is li…
 
In keeping with its aim of having a lean and mean military and bringing about increased cohesion among the three services, the government created the post of Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) last year and installed Gen. Bipin Rawat. The next stage of higher defence reforms aims at the creation of joint commands which the CDS have been working on. Milit…
 
Thirty-five years after it was signed, Mizo Accord remains the most successful political accord signed between the Government of India and an insurgent group. Mizoram, known in the 1960s as the Lushai Hills district, was part of undivided Assam. At the heart of the trouble was a famine caused by rodents and made worse by the state government’s inac…
 
NEW DELHI: It had never happened on the world’s highest battlefield till the Indian Army decided to do it 34 years ago. The recapture of the Quaid Post by a small group of determined soldiers led by then Naib Subedar Bana Singh is counted among the finest military successes on the Siachen Glacier. And in doing so, the man who led from the front was…
 
The Air Defence Missile Systems that the Indian Air Force (IAF) mans are critical to the security of the nation. An Air Defence System consists of various components that detect an airborne intrusion, analyse and confirm its being an enemy threat, track it in its flight and orders one or more of the Air Defence resources to neutralise it. There are…
 
The 1971 war against Pakistan remains one of the swiftest successful military operations by India. It was a 13-day war in December that humbled the Pakistani army in what was then East Pakistan and eventually led to the creation of a separate nation—Bangladesh. But the groundwork for it began months ahead and the decision to go in for an armed conf…
 
20 Indian soldiers and an unspecified number of Chinese troops died on 15 June 2020 at Galwan, Eastern Ladakh. The Indians rushed fresh formations to ultimately transform Eastern Ladakh into a fortress. The Indians also repositioned their formations in the Central Sector opposite Uttarakhand and the Eastern Sector comprising of the borders across S…
 
NEW DELHI: One year after the Galwan clash, the standoff between India and China continues in eastern Ladakh through partial disengagement has taken place. If Galwan was a game-changer where India gave it back to China, there was another incident 35 years ago when India stood firm and displayed aggressive intent against Chinese intrusion in Arunach…
 
NEW DELHI: It’s still the world’s most populous nation but, according to China’s latest census, its birth rate is shrinking and so is the working population that contributes majorly to the economy. With a view to arresting this trend, the government has now allowed couples to have up to three children. Will that work? In this episode of ‘News Warri…
 
In today’s episode, Pilar and Helene both join a conversation with Vinay Kumar. Vinay is Chair of IAF Global, based in Bangalore, India. He is a Certified Professional Facilitator, Coach, Organisational Development Consultant, Founder of C2C and host of podcast “Shiny Happy People”. They start by discussing how in 2006 Vinay began calling himself a…
 
Indian defence satellite requirements are being steered by the ISRO ambit. The forces require satellite support in varied areas, most of which are also required for usage otherwise by the country. We have had major successes in the area of satellite and launch capabilities. Brig SK Chatterji (Retd) Editor Bharatshakti.in discusses the issues of imp…
 
This is a short, bonus episode to let you know about how we've changed the organisation of our Meetups over at Meetup.com. See below for more details. Join us here: https://www.meetup.com/IAF-facilitators-and-friends/ Next set of meetups: Tuesday, June 8, 2021 Midlands facilitators monthly online coffee meet-up https://www.meetup.com/IAF-facilitato…
 
Helicopters are used for a variety of functions in the battlefield, and logistics is but one of them. Helicopters for logistics functions, though they can also be used in multiple roles, are classified according to their load-carrying capacities. We have the indigenous Advanced Light Helicopters (ALH) that have lighter carriage capacities and have …
 
Modern air forces use a variety of equipment to enhance the capability of their aircrafts. Two major force-multiplier platforms used by the IAF are its fleets of Flight Air Refuelling aircrafts and Airborne Warning and Control Systems (AWACS). The Flight Air Refuelling aircrafts enhance the range of the fighter aircrafts for deep strike into enemy’…
 
In today’s episode, host Helene Jewell talks about returning back to face-to-face facilitation after a year spent moving facilitation online due to the pandemic. Helene first talks to Camilla Gordon, freelance facilitator, trainer and consultant, and a winner of an IAF Facilitation Impact Award, about her experiences about face-to-face facilitation…
 
Of late some articles in the media have raised the issue of the Chinese not having withdrawn from the areas of Depsang, Gogra, and Hot Springs, along with their withdrawal from the areas of Fingers 4 to Finger 8. It appears that the fine print of the agreement during the 9th Corps Commanders' meet has been lost in the euphoria of the Chinese withdr…
 
The Indian Air Force (IAF), along with the Army, Navy, DRDO, and the Border Roads are all in battle gear to combat the biggest challenge the nation is faced with. Of great use has been the IAF’s transport fleet boosted by its acquisition of C-17 Globemasters and C-130J Super Hercules, the IL 76, and heavy-lift Chinook helicopters. The IAF is rushin…
 
The induction of Rafale Fighter aircraft gives the Indian Air Force a powered thrust in meeting the security challenges that India is faced with. Its avionics and on-board systems give it a lead over most aircrafts in use today. The weapon systems that it carries cater for the longest engagements both in air-to-air and air-to-ground roles with maxi…
 
FS31 Clean Language and Metaphor In today’s episode, host Nikki Wilson takes a deep dive into clean language and metaphor, and talks to three guests about their uses of them in their facilitation practice. First Nikki talks to Judy Rees about how she discovered clean language and metaphor and how they feature in her work today. Judy started explori…
 
Bharatshakti.in has been running a series of podcasts on equipment held by the Indian armed forces. This podcast is an extension of the same series. With Helicopters being a large family, with distinct roles in some cases, this episode is limited to Attack & Armed helicopters. Beyond a description of the Indian inventory of such platforms and their…
 
Mumbai faced a major power outage in October, 2020 that led to the power grid and critical business infrastructure being rendered inoperable, till the flaws were set right. Recently an US-based firm -Recorded Future, reported a Chinese hand in the Cyber-attack that led to the crippling of the power grid. In military circuits, it’s often discussed t…
 
In today's episode, Helene Jewell talks to Lindsay Sumner and Simon Wilson about the IAF's Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF) assessment process and how it has moved online. Lindsay Sumner (CPF M) is the IAF Director of Certification Operations. She shares with Helene her own certification process, which was a testing one! The process continu…
 
The DGsMO of both India and Pakistan have agreed not to resort to firing across the borders, starting the night of 24/25 February 2021. As on date, there’s an absolute trust deficit between the two counties. This avowed and renewed adherence to stop exchanges across the border; would it really last? More so, when there remains an intrinsic linkage …
 
The Defence Minister’s statement in the Parliament on the situation in Eastern Ladakh informed the nation of the agreement reached in the 9th Military Commanders Meet and the substantial progress made at the level of Corps Commanders. As per the agreement, both parties will withdraw to positions occupied before the flare up in April 2021. Viewed ob…
 
This episode features three initiatives from members of the IAF England and Wales Chapter. First, Nikki speaks to Mike Clargo about “Leading by Adventure”, a series of weekly adventures of around 15 minutes each, to offer people a different perspective. They talk about where the idea came from, and how Mike was struck with the thought that we need …
 
FS28 Exploring Metaphorum with Judy Rees – Show Notes Today’s episode starts with an overview of upcoming IAF meetups from Pilar, with a specific invitation to join a Networking and Learning Meetup at 9.30am GMT on 20th January, hosted by Helene Jewell and Sue Windley following up on a session Helene ran in International Facilitation Week on making…
 
The SU- 30MKI is a superb combination of firepower, range and lethality. It beats every aircraft in the Pakistani inventory and is more than a match for anything the Chinese can field today. Brig SK Chatterji (Retd), Editor Bharatshakti.in discusses the SU 30's capabilities with Air Cmde SP Singh (Retd) Podcast Producer : Mans R.Tarai…
 
Helene Jewell hosts this episode about the skill of online facilitation and the importance of Facilitation to make your celebrations go with (or without) a pop! We also have two voices from our virtual coffee meet-ups: Gordon Mullan and Jane Mitchell share their thoughts about online facilitation following the IAF conference in October. And Helene …
 
Jaguars and Mirages have been the prime platforms of the Indian Air Force for decades. The aircraft have been upgraded while in service and are even today very lethal platforms. Our Bharat Shakti Editor Brigadier SK Chatterji In Interaction with Air Commodore Savinder Pal Singh. He was commissioned in the Indian Air Force as a pilot in flying branc…
 
In this episode Pilar talks to the rest of the podcast team (Vic Hopkins based on the Cambridge Suffolk border, Nikki Wilson in Danbury in Essex, Helene Jewell in Bristol and Cat based in the North West) as they celebrate and reflect on the IAF England and Wales on line facilitation conference. We also hear from Penny Walker, Chris Massey, Jamie Co…
 
The Indian Air Force has a fairly large variety of aircraft in its inventory. MiGs had been the backbone of the IAF for decades. This episode will focus on those aircraft of the MiG series that have seen service in the IAF. In interaction with Air Commodore Surendra Pal Singh & Brig. S K Chatterji (Retd.) Bharat Shakti.in. Commodore S P Singh is a …
 
In today's episode, Helene Jewell talks to TWO guests! First to Susannah Raffe and then to Cat Duncan-Rees and the episode focuses on the IAFEW Conference 19 - 23 October 2020. These show notes include a transcript, below usual summary. On Twitter, we are @fac_stories and @HeleneJewell https://curatorsofchange.com/ You can register now: https://www…
 
The Indian position in Eastern Ladakh is now an advantageous one for us. In the 6th Corps Commander level talks, the tone was different. The Chinese wanted a withdrawal to positions before our end August 2020 pre-emptive occupation of the Rejang La - Rechin La ridgeline. We wanted both sides to move back to their positions as in April 2020. The Chi…
 
In the long history of India-China boundary dispute, a few incidents remain a landmark. The 1962 war is the biggest of them all; the 1967 clash at Nathu La in Sikkim is another. But another episode of a bloody encounter between Indian and Chinese soldiers that happened in Arunachal Pradesh in 1975 is not so well known. It is recorded in public doma…
 
In this episode Pilar is joined from Italy by Paolo Martinez, an IAF Certified Professional Facilitator, Leader of the IAF Italy Chapter and Partner at “Futour” who empower people and organisations to design a just, sustainable and joyful future through the power of facilitation. They start by talking about how the Italian Chapter adapted to the ea…
 
Baba Kalyani, one of the doyens of the Indian Defence Sector finds the government’s new policies hugely stimulating for the industry. With an embargo on the import of 101 defence items announced by the Government and other policy decisions lately, India has picked up pace to reach the objective of self-reliance in defence production. With a clear p…
 
In this episode Helene talks to Jon Baker about introverts. They start off by discussing Jon’s passion for scuba diving! Jon talks about his work with leaders in organisations, who want to get more from their team, and about his survey where he discovered that about 1/3 of people say that they are not fully productive in business and that most of t…
 
Today's episode is a short one, but with plenty of voices, from the June Virtual Coffee Meetup. You can find out more about these meetups here: https://www.meetup.com/IAF-facilitators-and-friends/events/tjqzrrybckbcc/ We are going to move to a monthly schedule, we'd love to continue releasing episodes every two weeks, but we can't cope! So, if you …
 
In today's episode, Helene talks to Trevor Durnford Co-Founder at Facil Profundo, Certified professional facilitator and until January of this year Chair of the International Association of Facilitators. He is based in Uruguay. But before that, don't forget to check out the online meetup Facilitate the Future we Want on 17 July 2020, organised by t…
 
In this episode we bring you a variety of different voices from different facilitators on a range of different topics. The Evening Learning and Networking meet up on 24th June which is all about “Selling you and your work” https://www.meetup.com/IAF-facilitators-and-friends/events/268955074/ this link will also take you to some of the other meet up…
 
Helene interviews Pilar Orti from Virtual not Distant, creator and co-host of this IAF E&W podcast, Facilitator and trainer specialising in online collaborative processes, podcaster, author and voiceover artist (she is the voice of Xuli on the Go Jetters). Pilar starts by recounting her facilitation journey which started with the theatre company th…
 
Sharing stories about working with different languages in the room. Helene Jewell, podcast co-host and freelance facilitator based in Bristol, Martin Gilbraith (CPF facilitator and trainer and consultant based in London – who also took part in Episode 7 on facilitation values), Simon Wilson has been running facilitation company for 20 years CPF wor…
 
In this episode Helene Jewell interviews Nicola Morris who together with Penny Walker conducted a survey to find out what facilitators feel they need at the moment, during the times of Covid 19. Participants of the IAF virtual coffee meet up in April 2020 reflect on what they got from the session, what is going on for them at the moment, facilitati…
 
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