It is better to know some of the questions than all of the answers.

James Thurber

Meeting & Event Facilitation

Do you remember the last meeting you wanted to leave early? Had people wandered off topic? Did another person dominate the conversation? Was there too much time spent talking about what you were going to talk about?

Whether you are at a corporate retreat or a community advisory council session, a productive meeting requires more advanced planning than traditionally done, more structure than typically provided and more follow-up than usually thought necessary.


  • Sharpen purpose, focus, outcome, and direction
  • Mediate disagreements and personality conflicts
  • Assure more efficient use of time and resources
  • Level the playing field so everyone is heard
  • Free leadership to participate more fully
  • Encourage creativity and better capture key discoveries