Monthly Archives: December 2016

Season’s Greetings!

This week the CALMC blog is on hiatus. Please enjoy reading some of our blogs from previous weeks. For this of you celebrating the holidays – HAPPY HOLIDAYS from CALMC! Advertisements

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Do You Know: How to Deal with Conflict in a Meeting?

We have written a number of articles about the interest based-problem solving process and why we believe it helps groups resolve difficult problems while reducing the likelihood of disputes. However, sometimes issues and individuals can lead to conflict in a … Continue reading

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Selection For New Labor Secretary – Good For Labor or For Management?

During a speech at the New York Economic Club, Donald Trump said he wanted to help workers.  He wanted to help improve their lives by raising wages and creating jobs. The President-Elect said workers had great abilities and future plans … Continue reading

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Do You Know: Why Is It Difficult to Facilitate Your Own Team?

Last time, I mentioned the old saying, “If you want to kill an idea, send it to a committee.” This reflects the struggles committees often experience trying to accomplish a task. Members may want to be successful in their efforts, … Continue reading

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