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The P&L Audit

P&L statements are like the fortune cookies of business owners. Everyone has one, and the more you crack it open, the more insights you uncover. ...
Presentation Tips

How To Run A Roundtable Discussion Deep Dive

From my prior post on how the Deep Dive section of the meeting can be run, one option is to have a roundtable discussion. The ...
Moderator/Facilitation Tips

Use State Changes To Transform Your Meeting Energy from Stagnant to Stimulating

Transforming a typical forum meeting from a marathon of static engagement into a dynamic, energized event is critical for maintaining focus and participation. Traditional forum ...
Meeting Agenda

A Business Only Forum

Forums play a pivotal role in personal development by offering a space for open dialogue on a myriad of topics, ranging from career advancement to ...
Presentation Tips

How To Make The Most Deep Dive Section

The Deep Dive section of a Forum meeting is one of the least utilized sections of the meeting. This is because most Forums do the ...
Meeting Agenda

New Forum Agenda – Adding More Discussion to Meetings

One of the most requested changes to the traditional forum meeting structure is to add more discussion time. Some people feel the traditional agenda is ...
Forum Overview

Changing Forum Roles

Typically, forums change the roles of their members every 12 months. There are a few reasons this is a good practice to do within your ...
Monthly Reflection Tips

Post Monthly Update Reflections

Monthly reflections constitute a significant part of any forum meeting. This part of the meeting is also known to drag on and take up a ...
Presentation Tips

Why must we turn away from the table during the blind window?

I was recently invited to participate in a forum to observe the process and enhance their forum experience by providing better structure and introducing new ...
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Forum Overview

The Fragility Of New Forums

Without a doubt, the most challenging stage of any forum is the first four months. This is especially true for groups that are brand new ...