Collaborative Decision Making in a Quaker Organization
Effective collaborative decision-making requires a climate of openness and trust, in which participants can share their viewpoints without judgment or recrimination, and ultimately support the decision of the group–even if it is not their preference. Learn the underlying principles of the process and the roles and expectations of the facilitator and participants. Great for board and senior staff members.
Facilitated by Jane Mack, President/CEO, FSA | Friends Services Alliance and David G. Jones, retired Vice President of Development | The Kendal Corporation
Location: Virtual via Zoom
- Group Rate: 20% discount for a group of more than 10 individuals from the same organization.
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