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Revision 8 . . August 25, 2003 9:35 pm USA Pacific Time by MichaelHerman [*will you say more LarryPeterson?]
Revision 7 . . August 25, 2003 9:33 pm USA Pacific Time by MichaelHerman
  

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I have had real success with telephone based planning (I prefer to do it in addtion to face to face but that is sometimes not possible.) Recently with the Dean's of Education of Ontario we found a theme by telphone that was dynamic. (Reclaiming Professionalism) For telephone planning, I use Power Point Slides to help guide the process. The visuals of where we are at in the conversation really help. (eConfernce software is even better but most folks don't have it.) I agree that a dynamic, positive theme is a huge contribution to a powerful event. I like Brian's criteria. Larry
I have had real success with telephone based planning (I prefer to do it in addtion to face to face but that is sometimes not possible.) Recently with the Dean's of Education of Ontario we found a theme by telphone that was dynamic. (Reclaiming Professionalism) For telephone planning, I use Power Point Slides to help guide the process. The visuals of where we are at in the conversation really help. (eConfernce software is even better but most folks don't have it.) I agree that a dynamic, positive theme is a huge contribution to a powerful event. I like Brian's criteria. LarryPeterson

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Can you lay out a bit of that process you have alluded to Larry? --MichaelHerman




What is a Tea Bag Exercise, Inge? -- DouglasGermann

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