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Workshop aims to tackle wasteful meetings
illumine training has launched a new workshop that aims to show leaders, managers and facilitators how to help those involved in running meetings to get better decisions, fast.
The one-day RapidConsensus workshop runs in London on September 15th 2006.
Clive Lewis, managing director of illumine said: "Many people hate meetings because they take up so much time and frequently achieve so little. That is why RapidConsensus is such an attractive proposition. It teaches people practical skills, including how to tap into all the experience of people in the meeting, how to get them to quickly reach consensus on decisions and importantly, how to get them to own those decisions.
"The issue isn't just about agreement though; it's about effective action and productivity in the business. We are not setting out to teach people just about facilitation here. We are taking it one step further. We are giving managers a specific facilitation skill that will deliver swift, optimal decision-making with collective ownership of the outcome. This addresses a persistent organisational issue head on."
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