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Meeting Impact: Poor Facilitation Leads to Problems, Struggles, and Errors

“Perversely, organizations with the best human resource departments sometimes have less effective teams. That’s because HR tends to focus on improving individual rather than team behavior.” 563 more words

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Do we need a Host or Producer in the Virtual Classroom?

Many Virtual Classrooms and Webinars are conducted with both a Facilitator/Presenter and a Host/Producer. But do we need both roles? How do they work together? What are the pros and cons of having a Host/Producer versus operating solo as a Facilitator/Presenter?   388 more words

The Application, Scope, and Benefits of Facilitative Leadership

We want you to see that facilitative leadership does not apply to all situations, but is ideally suited for projects and teams where the leader is coordinating the efforts of competent specialists in complex situations. 563 more words

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Nine Characteristics of the Facilitative Leadership Difference

We seek primarily to shift the thinking of our readers from facilitation (as a noun or a static way of being) to facilitating (as a verb or a dynamic way of… 513 more words

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AICTE should move from being regulator to facilitator: SS Mantha

Live Mint | Mon, Jan 12 2015 | Prashant K. Nanda |

Five years ago, when S.S. Mantha became chairman of the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), the apex technical education regulator was notorious for corruption and opacity. 753 more words


Change or Die—“It is NOT the strongest of the species that survives . . .

“It is NOT the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.”

—Charles Darwin

Our approach to meetings and workshops reflect the necessity to change. 527 more words

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I try to go in working almost, sort of if you think of a gas cooker, I’m set at nothing.

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