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Posts Tagged: Facilitation
I hope to save hundreds of meeting attendees from utter boredom with the following top ten tips for running a good meeting.
If you could show a $500,000 improvement in your organization’s bottom line, would you be a hero? If you could show a 75% retention rate in your pool of valued employees, would you be content? These are real life, internally verified savings of just a couple of our clients. Of course, not everyone reports these… Read more »
It’s that time of year, to look ahead, make projections and take one last look at the year that has just ended. In the last few weeks, I have shared my values and views on being thankful, giving back, and a look at a few our client success stories. Today, I’d like to look ahead… Read more »
I’m part of a small group organizing an online unconference on the topic of facilitating in virtual environments, using technology such as phone conferences, webinars, online forums, Google hangouts, social media… you name it! Our registration page has all the details: http://ofu13.eventbrite.com When it comes to helping groups and communities achieve their desired outcomes, technology… Read more »
Interview and Show Notes: http://www.MeetingTipsRadio.com/ElaineStove In this episode of Meeting Tips Radio, Elaine Stover of greenschemes shares several practical meeting tips that you can use today! Elaine Stover is a Human Ecologist, Facilitator, Trainer and Process Designer, and Founder and Principal, greenschemes™. She has lived and worked in four countries outside of the U.S.: Australia,… Read more »
[This is cross-posted from Communities & Collaboration blog] I had the honour of being invited to present at the XIII Seminari Compartim L’e-moderador i altres nous agents de coneixement a les organitzacions on 21st September 2011 (Ministry of Justice, Spain). This post is a brief preamble to my presentation. Background My experience of knowledge sharing… Read more »
Last week produced a “déjà vu” experience although it was definitely not the “déjà vu all over again” variety. For only the second time in my speaking career I received unanticipated feedback from participants of a workshop two or more years after the actual event. This is not trivial as one of the challenging aspects… Read more »