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Different Angles 17: Facilitating Collaboration in Online Meetings

In This Issue • Facilitating Collaboration in Online Meetings • PCC Fall Workshops: Making Online Meetings Less Terrible (2 hour workshop), and Tools for Good Meeting Facilitation (4 consecutive Tuesdays) • Embodying Antiracism workshop recommendation Know somebody who would benefit from reading this … Continue reading

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Different Angles 16: Core Facilitation Tools Part 2: Creating Good Meeting Agendas

In This Issue Core Facilitation Tools Part 2: Creating Good Meeting Agendas  PCC Fall Workshops: Making Online Meetings Less Terrible (2 hour workshop), and Tools for Good Meeting Facilitation (4 consecutive Tuesdays) Highlighting Thought Partner work with facilitators and consultants … Continue reading

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Different Angles 15: What Are Meetings For?

In This Issue Core Facilitation Tools Part 1: What are Meetings For? PCC Fall Workshops: Making Online Meetings Less Terrible (2 hour workshop), and Tools for Good Meeting Facilitation (4 consecutive Tuesdays) New offering: Thought Partner work with facilitators and … Continue reading

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What We Have in Common, and Thoughts About Navigating Transitions from COVID Lockdowns in the Workplace

In this time of huge changes, I find myself once again revisiting the challenge of embodying empathy and curiosity — especially with people with whom I disagree about things that feel fundamental. It is easy when “the tables turn” to … Continue reading

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Survival Strategies: Why This Is All So Hard and Some Strategies for Getting Through It

I am taking a break in the series on meeting facilitation to address the current, slow-moving, ongoing crisis we are navigating. I am also sending this eNewsletter to the New Perspectives NL recipients as well as the Different Angles list, … Continue reading

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