Tag Archives: Facilitation

My 2014 Annual Report

In 2014, my 9th year of consulting, I’m pleased to report I served 31 clients (11 returning organizations or collaborations & 20 new ones…see below for details). To date, I have now served 133 clients! In 2014, I facilitated 42 retreats or meetings and led 6 trainings attended by over 235 people.

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Serving Sustainable, Equitable Transportation in Los Angeles

Having served as the founding Executive Director for the LA County Bicycle Coalition, I’m passionate about making sustainable and equitable transportation a reality in Southern California. I’m happy to have played a role in the growing bicycling movement and continue to ride … Continue reading

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Elevating my Practice with New Methods

As I wrap up my graduate program in Organizaion Development, I continue to elevate the quality and impact of my consulting practice by incorporating what I’m learning with my clients. I’m also sharing more photos of my work these days … Continue reading

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Facilitation and Values in Complex Environments

“Leadership in an environment of complexity will be that person who facilitates and creates an environment which makes it possible for the elements within the system to interact and create new forms of reality, guided by the overarching vision and … Continue reading

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Appreciative Team Building

To follow up on my blog post I wrote for the Graziadio Voice about learning and applying Appreciative Inquiry (AI) as a large group intervention while in Costa Rica with my graduate program in Organization Development, I’m happy to share … Continue reading

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Guest Blog from Ron’s Associate Kelly Martin

Ron invited me to Facilitate a Board Retreat for the YWCA Family Cooperative Preschool.  It was my first time soloing for Ron Milam Consulting as well as my first time facilitating for a group with which I had no personal … Continue reading

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