See-Saw Co-Development — people and ideas hand in hand

See-Saw Co-Development is a collaborative, peer-to-peer approach to the hand-in-hand development of both individuals and worthwhile initiatives — projects, organisations or businesses that contribute to the common good — through reflection and conversation.

Introductions

What's in it for you if you participate?

Read a one-page outline — the shortest!

The rest of this site

More about the practice

Before 2016, See-Saw Co-Development was called "re-co-venturing".

In 2021, after talking with Robert Best, I changed my mind of the length of the briefs. Instead of 100 words, I am saying 150 words, which should still be able to be read, even aloud, in under a minute.

About us

See-Saw Co-Development is conceived and developed by Simon Grant, with much help and encouragement from Mandy Naylor. See contact details.