It usually goes some thing like this: Your department (division, group, area, etc.) is having an offsite (conference, retreat, summit, forum, annual meeting, etc.) and guess what? As well as you’re regular job, you are now on the event committee.
When experiential activities (aren’t all activities “experiential”?) are successful in shifting the perceptual framework of participants, there is a learning opportunity—for a little while.
The main invitation we give Face The Music participants is to speak their truth about what’s up for them personally and collectively (c’mon, go ahead!). What’s really goin’ on? And we get an interesting range of responses in theme and intensity. One thing I’ve realized over the years is that one doesn’t often get that [...]
As a consultant and coach, I see a lot of focus in my clients’ workplaces around processes, reporting, accountability, structure, and the like. I feel that oftentimes there is a minimization (and sometimes full neglect) of the importance of connection between people. It seems that there is an underlying assumption that those needs should be [...]
11. You promised yourself that you would never do a scavenger hunt again 10. Your boss secretly wants to change his name to “Left Brain Larry Leibowitz” 9. Scored a 4 out of 10 on your Mojo scorecard 8. CEO has furtive wish to sing her state of the company speech 7. People listed “PowerPoint [...]
listed “PowerPoint presentations” as their favorite part of meetings …
4 out of 10 on your Mojo
‘hit us right where we needed to be…’
The work you and your team did with the Cytec participants added so much value to the program.
I received some questions from a prospect about what our “Beyond The Blues” offering is about. The concept and name come from the intrinsic magic in the blues where it makes the listener feel good after listening or playing. In our work it’s about following up on the process of people identifying their “blues” issues, [...]