Guided Insights, located close to Boston, provides meeting facilitation, workshop design, facilitation skills and cross-cultural training and virtual team training and support.
Exceptional collaboration, superb meetings
Guided Insights helps organizations plan, design and facilitate exceptional conversations. Geographically dispersed (virtual) teams that span multiple cultures and time zones are our specialty.
We apply the best combination of tools and techniques (virtual, in-person, asynchronous, synchronous) to each situation, reflecting the unique cultural aspects and special challenges of each organization.
Take a look at how we’ve helped clients achieve stunning results through better collaboration and clear communications. Then look through our training, facilitation and organizational communications services to see which might be a good fit for you.
Contact us to see how we can work together to help your organization achieve great results in a surprisingly short time.
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