Playback Praise

By | May 17, 2011

In a meeting at a primary school in Leeds where we are talking about the importance of truthful and believable praise. We’re looking at a process of recording an account of good work and publishing the recording as part of the project.

The idea works we’ll for The Praise Pod – google it for more info. Praise Pod has been developed by a friend of mine, Richard, in Sheffield. The bottom line is that praise is a powerful and transformative activity and we should do more of it.

Praise, though, needs to be honest, believable and relevant otherwise it becomes meaningless puffery – the sort of emotional gushing that is associated with cheap celebrity TV.

But there’s definitely a role for video, TV and radio in affirming good behaviour.

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