Want to change the way you are doing things?
Want to explore problems in a new and creative way?
What is new with TabTalks
Tabatha is currently teaching staff in a federal government department dialogue and meeting management skills, and is redesigning an outreach and engagement program for them. These projects are exciting and will lead to new product lines in the future … watch this space
I believe that together we have the answers to the complex problems we face as a society. We just need to create spaces to help us listen to, and learn from, each other. I design those space to bring people together.
To learn more about REStrukt, the first suite of games, watch Tabatha’s TEDx:
What People Are Saying
“You might get away with over-fishing once or twice, but be warned, one wrong move and you’ll find yourself up the creek without a paddle! 10/10 would play again!”
Aaron van Eeden
“Other than being super fun, the game was intelligent and gave real insight into the obstacles faced when trying to make our oceans more sustainable. The message was not black and white. It left an impression long after the game was over. The game play and design were so excellent. I was thoroughly impressed!”
Toni van Eeden
RedBrick Rooster Inc.
“This game is the perfect combination of fun, educational, and beautifully designed. It really hits on so many themes of marine conservation in an accessible way. I can’t wait to play Shrimps Matter with the teens and kids in my life with a global citizen bent and also with all the adult policy and oceans lovers in my life. They’ll all love this”
“The game helped people understand why some stakeholders may have entrenched positions … it helps people understand that different groups may have a very different view … they will be basing their approach on their own organization and background.”
Dr Satyamoorthy Kabilan
National Security and Strategic Foresight
Conference Board of Canada
“The best takeaways were to do with the “negotiating” aspects. The need to balance self-interest with community interests … realization that you can’t always get what you want hit everybody.”