|RE: knowing what committees do||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Rob Sandelin (robsanmicrosoft.com)|
|Date: Fri, 24 Jun 94 17:13 CDT|
Judy BAXTER said: What I have learned from this is how much I have to let go of having input into everything, how hard that is. Minutes help, but are certainly not the same as being part of the discussion. ANd yet, at some point, we have to have a life beyond meetings. i don't see any way around making the individual responsible for seeking out information that they want - it would cripple us to send more minutes out. And we have to learn to trust. and sometimes that is very hard. 20:20 hindsight is so good, too.! __________________________________________________________________ Yeah, although if we could only get the agenda religon down, so each committee actually communicated what was on the table, it would help a lot. I know of one group which has a revolving group of facilitators called the navigators. They facilitate the small groups, without being involved, handle the agenda and communications issues which arise in the small groups. Sort of the process gurus for the group.
knowing what committees do Judy, June 24 1994
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- Re: knowing what committees do Rob Sandelin, June 24 1994
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- Re: knowing what committees do Mark Brophy, June 27 1994
- Re: knowing what committees do Rob Sandelin, June 27 1994
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