Monthly Archives: December 2010

Inviting Consensus: How to Maximize Collaboration and Reach Consensus in Under an Hour

This week, leadership development expert Dan McCarthy has consented to allowing me to republish his recent post on consensus decision-making entitled, How to Maximize Collaboration and Reach Consensus in Under an Hour. Dan is the author of the award winning … Continue reading

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Set and Setting

The continue with the holiday theme, I thought I’d send you something to stimulate your thinking around how you approach setting the ambiance for your gatherings. In the 1960’s, Timothy Leary coined the term “set and setting” referring to a … Continue reading

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Assimilation vs. Accumulation: Get full nourishment from everything in your life

Western culture has reached a level of material wealth greater than at any time in history. We include in this material wealth, wealth of information as well. At the pinnacle of our ability to manipulate the environment and produce all … Continue reading

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Life by Powerpoint: Using Pecha Kucha to get to the point quickly

I know from experience that you can generate a lot of slides with a lot of info very quickly using Powerpoint. Most presenters go nuts with this tendency thinking that lots of information will make their presentations more valuable or … Continue reading

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