Consensus Through Conversation: How to Achieve High-Commitment Decisions

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  • Paperback
  • 89 pages
  • Consensus Through Conversation: How to Achieve High-Commitment Decisions
  • Larry Dressler
  • English
  • 04 June 2017
  • 9781576754191

About the Author: Larry Dressler

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Consensus Through Conversation: How to Achieve High-Commitment DecisionsWhether You Facilitate Meetings For A Living Or Simply As Part Of Your Job, You Ve Surely Found Yourself Standing In The Fire At The Center Of A Group That Is Polarized, Angry, Fearful, And Confused Veteran Facilitator Larry Dressler Has Found That What Makes The Crucial Difference In These Situations Is The Leader S Presence You Have To Master A Way Of Being That Allows You To Remain Effective No Matter How Hot Things Get Dressler Shows How To Cultivate Six Stances Mental, Emotional, And Physical That Will Keep You Steady, Impartial, Purposeful, Compassionate, And Good Hud, Drawing On His Own Experiences And The Insights Of Thirty Five Distinguished Practitioners, He Helps You Keep Your Cool And Make The Kind Of Inventive, Split Second Decisions These Pressure Cooker Situations Demand.

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10 thoughts on “Consensus Through Conversation: How to Achieve High-Commitment Decisions

  1. Marilyn says:

    Easy read, good pointers on facilitating closure.

  2. Joel says:

    I think a re organization into lists even if that is cargo culting might have helped this, but overall fast read and lots of useful things to think about.

  3. Jill says:

    Good Read

  4. Susanne says:

    A very good book that gives a hands on guideline about how to facilitate the process of consensus decision making for groups.