I’m in a lovely city in Belgium and I’m in love with it. The architecture is awe-inspiring the old and the new side-by-side so naturally, it is as though things were built that way.
This is St Niklaas Kerk (or St Nicholas’s Church), built in the 12th century. St Niklaas was the patron saint of the sailors and merchants, who raised the money to build this incredible and impressive looking church. It’s built in the Scheldt Gothic style, its splendour showing off the wealth and power of the merchants.
I don’t have too many pics of me standing behind a lectern, speaking in public. I have a few of me facilitating workshops at various conferences.
The photo below was taken at the Agile Practitioners Conference in 2016 in Tel Aviv, Israel, of me, facilitating a 90-minute workshop on Leading in an Agile environment. This year I’m planning more conference talks and more pics of me doing such. That is one of my areas of growth for this year.