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Decision Traps: Avoiding Barriers to Great Decision Making

03 May 2017, Posted by facn1st in Articles

Quite frequently when we meet and collaborate, we’re making decisions. The many small decisions we make in meetings add up to the big decisions, which in turn change organizations and create progress. Sometimes, in the rush to get things done, we breeze through these small…

I Can’t Say That – She’s the Boss!

22 Feb 2017, Posted by facn1st in Articles

At one time or another, most of us have experienced a leader sabotage the agenda, dominate the discussion, openly negate staff input – behaviours that effectively shut down staff from contributing. On the other hand, some of you have simply never had the chance to…

Pull Vs. Push: Facilitator Reactions to Resistance

01 Nov 2016, Posted by facn1st in Articles

At our Facilitating Through Conflict workshop last week, the class really embraced my suggested approach when dealing with resistance. We see resistance when new processes are suggested, old ways of thinking are being challenged, or staff are being challenged to innovate or take risks.