Tried-and-tested tools, designed by me.

This page is a repository for the tools that I use and reference in a lot of my thought pieces. Most of these were designed for a specific purpose, and as I have said in this post I feel quite strongly about cookie cuttering tools from one programme to the next. Generally I advocate custom design for each scenario, but on the basis of demand for some of the more bespoke pieces I’ve been using I have the templates below to download and try out.

If you use these, I ask kindly if you can reference this site. Otherwise, please enjoy. Test. Adapt. Learn. Let me know how you get on, I love to hear how things have (or haven’t) worked – the entire purpose of this site is to share and receive thinking.

As with everything on this site, it’s a work in progress. Some of my tools in their raw form are posted below for those accessing this site through a paper. Associated narrative and guidance will be posted in blog form over time for those who don’t have the paper to-hand.

Other, more targeted pieces, can be found in their associated guidance post (e.g. ABC facilitator’s checklist, etc)

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