Advanced Collaboration Research

Sharing practical ways to engage in the Collaboration Revolution

Otto Scharmer's Blog

Otto Scharmer is a Senior Lecturer at MIT and founding chair of the Presencing Institute. He is the author of the book Theory U: Leading from the…
Brandon Klein Apr 02, 2011

Transformational Leadership Council

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Brandon Klein Mar 27, 2011

Dave Ellis Leadership Training

xOnce you complete this program you will be far more effective in your career and your personal life for the rest of your life.
Brandon Klein Mar 09, 2011

Creating Collaboration Takes More Than Technology - BusinessWeek

Creating Collaboration Takes More Than Technology
Brandon Klein Mar 07, 2011

International Association of Facilitators Forum

Facilitator discussion forum
Brandon Klein Feb 27, 2011

Executive Coaching, Leadership Development for Multinational Corporations

Integral Leadership & Coaching awakens leaders to what is possible when they become clear, aware and integrate the many dimensions of themselves into…
Brandon Klein Feb 17, 2011

The Bumble Bees Top Collaboration Techniques Mini Site

This mini site provides concise and well tried techniques in the areas of Team Mobilisation and Team Operations for a wide-range of collaboration…
Brandon Klein Feb 16, 2011

Experience, Gut & Technology

There are wizards or masters in our world. They write books, they speak to us on TV, they tell or convince us what to do. Perhaps they scare us into…
Brandon Klein Jun 23, 2009

Imprinting: Leadership in meetings and more

Problem The ASE Space is frequently new and different to organizations and participants. They do not know how to behave individually or collectively…
Brandon Klein May 09, 2005

Sapiential leadership

Problem Conventional facilitation techniques usually provide facilitators or discussion leaders for each breakout groups. They tend to steer groups…
Brandon Klein Apr 11, 2005