Have we forgotten how to communicate and collaborate with others?
Or did we just never learn?
Download your free copy of the Introduction of "The Art & Science of Facilitation."  

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The full book will be released January 12, 2021!

Are you doing "Collaboration Theater"?
True collaboration is when new ideas are generated from conversations.

Our need to constantly innovate amid continuous change creates conditions that make workplace collaboration necessary. Unfortunately, the pace and sheer quantity of these complex decisions also create the conditions that make collaboration challenging.

The very thing that we need more of—a collaborative work environment—is the very thing we feel like we don’t have time to create.

Instead, we do “collaboration theater.”
In this chapter, you will learn...
  • Where you really need to spend your time (hint: it's not in longer meetings)
  • The 5 Grounding Principles of the Agile Team Facilitation Stance
  • How to be Agile, not what to do
  • And much, much more!
About the Author
Marsha Acker | CPF, CPCC, PCC, ICE-AC, ICAgile Coaching Track Co-Founder
Marsha coaches leaders and teams, who want to work in a more agile manner and lead change in their organization. She is a Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF), Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC), a Professional Certified Coach (PCC), and Certified Structural Dynamics Interventionist through the Kantor Institute and Dialogix. Her coach training is from Coaches Training Institute and Center for Right Relationships.

The biggest opportunity for today’s leaders is…to create engaging and collaborative environments that access the collective intelligence of their teams and also accomplish the desired results. I often find leaders who are really good at one or the other but struggle with creating both. Those that can cultivate range in their leadership have a real opportunity to achieve even greater performance.