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  • Timeless Tips for Designing and Facilitating Engaging Virtual (or Hybrid) Meetings
    “Hi Nancy, I hope you can help me. We just had to cancel our 2-week-long program kick-off meeting in New York City, and now we have to figure out how to run the whole thing virtually. I’ve been looking all over for someone like you. Can we talk?” Even though I got such emails when COVID ...
  • Overcome the Worst Facilitation Fears of Introverts (and Everyone Else)
    Admit it. You’ve done your share of commiserating about some perfectly awful meetings you’ve had to endure. In fact, you’ve been such a vocal critic of poorly-run meetings that your manager anoints you as the perfect person to facilitate a do-or-die budget planning session with your team, group VP, CFO and a few other high-level decision-makers. If you ...
  • Bracing for Giving (and Getting) Difficult Feedback When You Can’t See Eye to Eye
    If I ask you whether my presentation that I’ve labored over for weeks was any good, your slight nod after a long hesitation tells me that I pretty much bombed, despite your verbal assurance that “it was fine, really.” I really can’t tell if you are trying to spare my feelings or if you have a ...


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