Attention isan act of creation
The quality of our thinking depends on the quality of Attention we get from others while we think
Listening to inspirenot listening to reply
The human mind works best in the presence of Appreciation
How can you best support yourself, your teams or your employees during this unique time of uncertainty?
Is it by helping them to stay connected and thinking well together online?

Ruth McCarthy and other Time to Think Faculty colleagues are responding to the significantly different demands of working remotely by taking Nancy Kline’s tried and tested Thinking Environment® ‘way of being’ online through courses, bespoke workshops and individual thinking sessions.

By reviewing everything that we know works powerfully and well and then adjusting to this evolving reality we can offer everything you need to succeed in your communication with colleagues and teams.  This is vital: there is so much more to success online than a good broadband connection.

The principles and practice of this deeply human, creative yet rigorous way of being adapt brilliantly online, and will transform the interactions, decisions and results of teams and groups whether online or in the room.  For more information check out the Courses listed below or contact Ruth directly.

Why Choose Think It Through?


Offering ONLINE some outstanding Time to Think open and qualifying courses, creating ideal professional development for our uncertain climate. Bespoke days and workshops that will refresh, inspire and encourage your teams, your staff,  and yourself.



Managers, leaders and teams: today more than ever you need time to reflect, think and plan for success. How productive are your meetings online? Do you want to communicate brilliantly, develop trust and get great results from staff and colleagues?



You don’t have time to think.  Yet if you did you would save time, avoid expensive mistakes and know yourself better.  As a leader, as a senior executive, as an individual, what would change for you if you gave yourself uninterrupted, generative, powerful time to find out?

Forthcoming Courses

The Thinking Partnership Programme, 14, 15 September, 6, 7 and 28 October 2021

Online Programme over 5 days Details: 14, 15 September & 6, 7 and 28 October, 10.00-12.15 and 1.15- 3.30 online on Zoom ___________________________________________________________________________ What is The Thinking Partnership? The Thinking Partnership Session is a calm, safe and generative space created...

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TTT Foundation Course Online, 21, 22 and 28 September 2021

TTT Foundation Course, Online  21, 22 and 28 September 2021 Timing: 10.00-12.15 and 1.15 to 3.30 each day  Course fee: £690 What is the Foundation Course and how does it work online? Usually this is an intensive 2-Day course 'in...

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TTT Foundation Course In Person 20 and 21 October 2021

TTT Foundation Course, In person  20 and 21 October 2021 Details:   Venue: The Grange, Ealing, London W5 Time: 9.30-5.00 each day Course fee: £690 What is the Foundation Course? Beginning with specific ‘building blocks’ such as Thinking Pairs and Rounds...

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TTT Coaching Course, In Person and Online, 3,4, 10,11 November and 8 December 2021

TTT Coaching Course, blended In Person and Online, 3,4, 10,11 November and 8 December 2021 Because of ongoing Covid restrictions and uncertainties I'd like to offer the possibility of finalising the course details closer to the time. That would mean...

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