Source: book entitled ‘Change is Good, You Go First’ by Mac Anderson and Tom Feltenstein; Chapter entitled ‘Forget for Success’: ‘Forget for Success’ is the title of a book written by Eric Harvey and Steve Ventura. In it, they say, “Our brains are like...read more
You might have experienced occasions, as a participant within a learning event or meeting, where you struggled a bit to maintain focus or energy. Studies have shown a range of time within which our attention span remains high – otherwise known as...read more
6. WHAT'S NEXT! Have the courage, commitment, and determination to exercise the discipline to follow the 4 principles offered within ‘THE OZ PRINCIPLE’ (see related book listing later in this material) to drive/reinforce that accountability Leaders must...read more
5. STEPS TO BUILD The following model reflects 5 simple steps that will increase the probability of success to ensure people are successful in accomplishing/satisfying their commitments The nature and process of this approach can occur regardless of the...read more
3. WHY IMPORTANT? A ‘starter’ list of ideas has been provided. It would be more meaningful if you were to identify the value/significance in your own words. Hopefully, if you identify the value, you would be more willing to invest the effort required to make this...read more
Meaning – Accountability The meaning seems to vary significantly. People’s interpretation of it’s meaning and related expectations usually results in a wide range of disparity. Even if the understanding is aligned across an organization, the willingness to...read more
From ‘The Art of Facilitation… How to Effectively Facilitate a LEARNING Event THAT DRIVES RESULTS!’© Problem: Not writing down / documenting action items as they surface Lose momentum … group energy Loose an idea completely Waste time trying to rediscover the action...read more
From ‘The Art of Facilitation… How to Effectively Facilitate a LEARNING Event THAT DRIVES RESULTS!’© ‘ELMO’!… What to do when a group discussion continues toooo long. At times, people are intrigued, passionate, anxious, frustrated, curious, excited, etc. about a...read more
Food for Thought: AT THE END of your meeting… How do you know if you have ‘arrived’ at your destination (Satisfied the purpose or know what you have accomplished, i.e. desired outcomes)? How do you ensure application and follow up of ideas / actions generated within...read more
PART 2 OF 3 … THE START-UP Food for Thought: AT THE BEGINNING of Your Meeting … How do you describe the ‘destination’ in your meeting? How do you minimize / eliminate assumptions about the purpose and outcomes of a meeting? The agenda serves as a ‘roadmap’ to guide...read more
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