At a workshop or a conference, some people arrive pumped-up and enthusiastic to get involved. These are often the organisers, though perhaps a few participants are up for it too. Others are cagier or more reluctant. What strategies do we have for managing this array of different states in which people will arrive?
Much depends on what you ask them to do – and when. Timing is crucial. There may be an activity at the start to which as a…Continue
Added by Paul Z Jackson on September 10, 2013 at 8:00 — No Comments
I've been studying more and less successful networks to identify what works well. We discussed this topic at the recent St Albans AMED gathering. And these seem to be some of the characteristics:…