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Yes, There Actually Can Be Too Much Collaboration

Collaboration is in my DNA. I have always believed that neither I nor whatever organization I am working for or representing can solve the world’s problems alone. To use the old cliché: together we can do so much more! So … Continue reading

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Jellyfish are EVERYWHERE!

As someone who facilitates a lot of meetings, I was excited to read the article, “The Right Way to Cut People Off in Meetings,” by Bob Frisch and Cary Greene.  Essentially, they suggest that most meetings veer off topic and … Continue reading

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Being Effective AND Efficient

I participated in a meeting today that was scheduled to last one hour. There were three of us in one room, and two people on the phone in two different locations. We were grappling with a tough topic and trying … Continue reading

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