Dialogue

Online and in-person sessions: Mindset is the secret ingredient for success.

Online and in-person sessions: Mindset is the secret ingredient for success.

I recently had a unique opportunity to compare online and in-person facilitation experiences. I facilitated two sessions with the same purpose, outcomes, design, and activities – and one main difference – one was online and one was in-person. I have

Thoughts for the new year about women, business models, and Ikigai

Thoughts for the new year about women, business models, and Ikigai

Ikigai as a business model? It is to me. Recently, I participated in a thought-provoking conversation with three women. We explored the topic of entrepreneurship and business development by women. How can we develop a business model that more intentionally

How did we do? Evaluating short and long-term facilitation processes

How did we do? Evaluating short and long-term facilitation processes

“Thanks for your excellent facilitation of this process.” These are gratifying words to receive in an email 3/4 of the way through a 10-month strategic planning process. The ebb and flow of a longer facilitated process are uniquely different than

Here’s my first question for “back in the room” in-person facilitation.

Here’s my first question for “back in the room” in-person facilitation.

You have been asked by a client organization to facilitate an in-person session. The first question I now ask in a similar conversation is, “Will any participant join us online, that is, remotely?” In the last two weeks, I’ve been