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In his new book ‘42 Rules for Successful Collaboration’, David Coleman points out that nothing happens until people, processes and technology sync up—in that order. An author and analyst who’s been focused on knowledge sharing for so long that he snapped up www.collaborate.com when it was still available, David’s sweet spot is people. For more than 20 years he’s observed how culture, environment and corporate politics influence online teamwork. On the Januar
Hey nurses! Are you ready to be supported, rejuvenated and empowered?
The RejuveNation Collaboration is a bi-annual webinar series designed with busy, overworked nurses in mind! Held in the Spring and Fall of each year, this two-week event provides healthcare professionals like you with strategies, tools, and resources to care for yourself at a mind, body, emotional, and spiritual level. Through the series and this website, you can find community, support, rejuvenation, and empowerment.
Join us Monday, March 25th as we introduce, interview, and get to know some of the RCIII presenters coming your way this April! Be the first to learn about speaker expertise and workshop topic content. Have fun with us as we learn more about the series and how it will benefit you in your nursing career!
#TChat Radio is all new on Tuesday, March 5, 2013, at 7:30 pm ET (4:30 pm PT). We've all seen what polarization can do to a community and country. Extreme polarization hobbles our ability to improve processes and social ills, to progress at a global business leader, to just plain get things done. According to our guest this week, Jesse Lyn Stoner (@JesseLynStoner), collaboration is the remedy for polarization. "Collaboration is not about giving up your individuality. In fact, successf
ENVISION THIS...Weaving people and ideas into a community vision
Our guest, Lillian Lake, is a Community Visionary working to build community prosperity. She strongly believes "collaboration, cooperation and communication" is the best route to using limited resources wisely.” Lil works for community prosperity in Western Maine and also shares her thoughts and calendar of events through her blog at /www.lillianlake.com,.
lil works tirelessly to promote healthy, local and affordable opportunities. Her take on “local” is expansive and inclusive: “Local is more than miles. It’s justice, environment, sustainability, retreat. I connect people and ideas from diverse areas – public institutions, businesses, non-profits, farm owners and fishers.”
Lillian is a skilled and knowledgeable adviser, writer, and speaker on building community prosperity with a particular focus on local food systems. She works with communities and organizations by inspiring and leading them to build sound foundations. Working with many non-profit organizations, she has developed skills to cultivate and nurture donors and sponsors; plan events; develop new campaigns; and identify and cultivate corporate partnerships and sponsorships.
Dr. Greene's guest on this program was Tony Wagner, the first Innovation Education Fellow at the Technology & Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard and the author of the best-selling book The Global Achievement Gap: Why Even Our Best Schools Don’t Teach the New Survival Skills Our Children Need — and What We Can Do About It. Tony has some very important ideas about the skills kids are going to need to be successful in the world of the future, and while blind adherence to authority isn't on the list, collaboration and problem-solving are.
This show will explore collaboration between visual artists and dancers, poets, musicians, architects, interior designers and other visual artists. What is your experience? More call for public art entries have an aspect of collaboration as part of the structure. More grants are asking for artists to go outside their areas of expertise to embrace other disciplines. What does this mean for the visual artist? And what have been your experiences? 8888ArtLook.com, Artists interviewed: AnnetteColem
Make sure your next meeting or conversation doesn't go wrong. Collaboration Soup co-author Delia Horwitz explains why effective collaboration is as simple to accomplish as making soup on the Conversation Crossroad radio program. http://conversationcrossroad.com/?p=5968
We'll explore the topic of creative collaboration through the lens of performance and dance with anthropologist, writer and professor Anya Royce. As a professor of anthropology at Indiana University, Royce explores the anthropology of dance and performing arts, which brings together her initial experience as a dancer with her scholarly interest in what and how dance and the performing arts mean in a variety of cultures both past and present. We'll also talk about the book she is working on about the Pilobolus Dance Theatre, examining a unique (for professional arts organizations) creative process based on collaborative improvisation where each individual contribution is important, and the assumption that no specific training in dance is necessary.
Are you looking to break into a career? Want to innovate? Thinking of starting your own business? Business can be defined as multiple people brought together to bring something from concept to reality. Through the art of collaboration, great ideas occur in environments where different kinds of thoughts can productively collide and recombine. During the Summer, Chatique Sample of ThinkRight4Life LLC will discuss how we can leverage collaboration to reach our career goals. Tune in on June 30, 2013 at 5:30 EST as Chatique discusses: -The definition of collaboration -The importance of collaboration -The link between spiritual empowerment and collaboration For more information about Chatique and ThinkRight4Life, visit her website at www.thinkright4life.com and follow her on tweeter @ThinkRight4Life.
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JOIN US AS WE DISCUSSED THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF LIFE THE TRILATERAL WITHIN US ALL WITH CO-HOST JHIGGZ AND OUR COUNCIL TEAM.
ONE BLOCK AT A TIME...IT'S BUILDING TIME!!
HOW STRONG IS YOUR TEMPLE? CAN IT STAND THE TEST OF TIME? WILL IT FOLD WHEN THE WIND BLOWS? HOW ABOUT WHEN THE RAIN FALLS OR STORM HITS?
Kompoz.com is the newest online resource for musicians seeking to collaborate with other remote (online) musicians on projects. It's a revolutionary platform that makes music collaboration easy, effective, and engaging. Unlike other collaboration sites which are based entirely on shrink-wrapped discussion forums software, kompoz is custom-designed from the ground-up for music collaboration. As such, kompoz.com provides professional project management features, such as: Individual project w