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Safeguarding Idaho’s Economy in a Changing Climate – meeting facilitation   Recently updated !

            Last fall, I helped facilitate a working group during a two-day summit about Idaho’s changing climate designed to explore market-based solutions for safeguarding Idaho’s economy, health, landscape and lifestyle. On Nov. 16-17, business and civic leaders around the state convened to explore how we can collectively address the impacts of a changing climate. Businesses, organizations, schools and individuals participated, both online and in person at sites around the state. Boise State University, Student Union Building, Jordan Ballroom, Boise University of Idaho, Idaho Commons Building, Moscow Idaho State University, Pond Student Union Building, Pocatello Henry’s […]


N-of-8 Advisory Boards: a typical agenda

            This kind of agenda allows you to explore many aspects of your brand assumptions in a structured, guided way.  For example, you’ll better understand why patients might prefer a new agent, why physicians might consider your new device more progressive medicine, or why laboratory directors might regard your new test as a simpler process of diagnosis. When we facilitate an N-of-8 group, I have a separate team in the room whose jobs it is to listen and translate.  Not just transcribe or take the notes.  But to listen toward certain issues, topics, and subjects.  […]