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How To Avoid A Goat Rodeo In Your Creative Process

How To Avoid A Goat Rodeo In Your Creative Process

The creative process mystifies us. It draws on the subconscious, experience, connections, imagination. We believe it's a profoundly individual experience.

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Kick Off The New Year By Creating A Facilitator Culture

Kick Off The New Year By Creating A Facilitator Culture

Up until a few years ago, those of us who are professional facilitators were considered to be a breed apart.

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This Is Your Brain Om IPads

This Is Your Brain Om IPads

We've been living with information overload from our computers and smartphones for long enough that studies are beginning to draw conclusions that are a bit worrisome.

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Own Your Own Meeting Experience - Four Ways To Do

Own Your Own Meeting Experience - Four Ways To Do

We own our experiences. It has to do with creating authentic interaction by taking responsibility for your own feelings and not blaming others. And making goals that represent your values. And being good stewards of your time.

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3 Ways To Engage The Introverts On Your Team

3 Ways To Engage The Introverts On Your Team

We've all been in meetings where some people hold forth with gusto and others listen carefully, but say nothing. We suspect that the quiet ones have a lot to contribute, and we wish that the enthusiastic meeting orators would give them some space to speak up.

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About FacilitatePro

FacilitatePro LogoFacilitatePro is a cloud based or self hosted application that helps groups brainstorm and evaluate ideas, from any device, anywhere, anytime. Ideas you can implement. Decisions that have buy-in. FacilitatePro collects and distills your rain of ideas into the highest quality, clearest output possible to make your brainstorm effective and productive.

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FacilitatePro is a pleasure to work with. I have another event tomorrow. Being able to work up ideas in parallel is going to shorten the event by 2 or 3 hours. Also, virtually everyone in the event is a strong introvert. Letting them write anonymously in their own little world should be a great help. And, being able to make real-time changes in a conference as the session evolves helps keep the team on track
-Charles V. Dunton, Senior Facilitator, NASA Lean Six Sigma Black Belt
NASA Langley Research Center