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03/12/2020
Kristen Bailey


[Image: Virtual breakout groups collaborated using an i­­­nteractive template that was completed on a shared screen and reported back to the full group]

Challenge
Our client, a Fortune 100 company, needed to develop a three-year Diversity & Inclusion (D&I...

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03/09/2020
Liz Ball and Renee Piazza

With global eyes watching COVID-19 and limitations on travel, companies need effective and engaging ways to collaborate in the absence of face-to-face meetings. In-person gatherings have unique benefits, but by combining new technology with appropriate facilitation, your company...

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03/06/2020
David Rutley

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02/25/2019
David Rutley

We have conversations all the time. But being a part of a conversation with multiple stakeholders is much more difficult than having a productive dialogue between two people. To successfully participate in a collaborative large group conversation and help everyone get the most out of the interaction, here are four simple principles you can follow.

1. Quiet the little voice in your mind
Yes, I just suggested that I...

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