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Did You Know: What Can Cause Teams to Fail?

Teamwork is a powerful thing. It enables organizations to move forward and resolve difficult issues that could not be handled using any other strategy. We have seen groups use the power of teamwork to resolve problems and remove roadblocks in … Continue reading

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Now Available – A New Quick Takes Video on Effective Meetings

Our newest Quick Takes video is now available through our website, http://calmc.org This video is the first in our series on Effective Meetings. Since good meetings begin with good planning, we will first look at Meeting Planning. This week we … Continue reading

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The Last Thing To Do In Your Meetings

Hopefully, you have read and followed the suggestions in this blog about holding effective meetings. We have offered ideas about agendas, meeting duration, and other ideas to help you get the most from your time together. Today, we want to … Continue reading

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Do You Engage Employees During Meetings?

When I worked for another employer, we had regular staff meetings. I sat semi-patiently in these meetings to listen to the information we were being provided, even when it was the same information we had heard before. Input from the … Continue reading

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Why Not To Have Time Limits on Agendas – Part 2

Last week we wrote about the use of time limits on meeting agendas. As we discussed, the committees we facilitate rarely need these constraints to complete their work. Last time, we talked about the role of effective facilitation in helping … Continue reading

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