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Break Through to Yes with Collaboration

Break Through to Yes with Collaboration

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September 17th 2015:Collaboration Gone Bad and What We Need Now

I do this show and my book for you. I do them, also, for my grandchildren - for Quinn, Sara, Bailey, Charlie and all those that have yet to be born. This is, also, for entrepreneurs, shareholders and innovators. This show and my book are for our shared sustainable, healthy and profitable future. During this show we will explore how collaboration too often goes badly and where do we fail? We then will offer what is needed for effective collaboration. And how the Collaborative Global Initiative may serve you and your organization to build your networks, skills and successes. We live in a

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Kathy Porter

My intention is to engage in dialogue not only to those practicing professionals but also those individuals and enterprises curious enough to move in new or even novel directions. How can we re-frame our experiences and our preferred way of thinking? What is required of us as individuals or as organizations to truly collaborate? What does it take to genuinely respect the people we work with or are in community with to create, restore or maintain trust? I am a skilled communicator, experienced facilitator and mediator bringing disparate groups to the table to consider both the values and implicit ways of knowing along with the technical or explicit ways of knowing. I have worked with engi
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Duncan Autrey

Duncan Autrey is a conflict transformation consultant with experience in both North and South America. Duncan is a founder of the Collaborative Global Initiative and is an “Agent of Peace.” Duncan works primarily in Spanish and English speaking countries in North and South America. He has worked in facilitation and conflict resolution for over fifteen years in diverse contexts ranging from rural Paraguay and Colombia to cities of Oakland, Seattle, Washington, DC, Cuenca and Buenos Aires. Duncan approaches conflict from a belief that it arises from the diverse cultural expressions of common human needs. Every conflict or complicated situation, large or small, is an opportunity for deepening
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