Meeting of the mind

Farrell, Kimberly A.
April 2007
Pharmaceutical Representative;Apr2007, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p24
The article presents the seven stages of standout facilitation, a guide for district managers in meeting leadership and facilitation skills. These stages include talent management, moderating the overall meeting, session facilitation, knowledge and skill brokering or creating a web of learning, gatekeeping, summarizing the lessons and tying everything together, and integrating meeting content while back on the job. Key information on corresponding facilitation strategies are also discussed.


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