Retreats That Work: Designing and Conducting Effective Offsites for Groups and Organizations
Retreats That Work is a practical, easy-to-use guide, full of step-by-step instructions for leading a wide variety of tested exercises. You'll learn how to design and facilitate retreats that will keep participants energized and on-task. Campbell and Liteman know what can go wrong at a retreat and what to do about it. They know how to turn difficult situations around and how to deal effectively with conflict, difficult participants, and resistance to change. With Retreats That Work, you will too.
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SECTION TWO The Facilitators Guide to Designing and Planning the Retreat
SECTION THREE The Facilitators Guide to Leading the Retreat
SECTION FOUR The Facilitators Activity Manual
EPILOGUE The Convenors Guide to Keeping the Work of the Retreat Alive
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