Tag Archives: Team Building

LA (Neighborhood Land Trust Retreat) Story

One way in which I know my work makes a positive difference is when clients I previously served ask to me help them out again. After last year’s very successful retreat with the Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust, I’m thrilled … Continue reading

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Trevor Project Advance

I recently facilitated an incredible two-day Advance (another name for a retreat) for the Trevor Project, the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth. As an organization, Trevor Project … Continue reading

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Collaborative Panorama: Little Green Fingers Retreat

I recently facilitated a retreat for my 100th client, the Little Green Fingers program. What’s especially exciting for me is that this client, like many of my recent clients, is a collaboration of multiple organizations working together to affect change … Continue reading

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15 Process Tools for Collaboration: Building Healthy Communities Long Beach

Over the course of eight months, I served Building Healthy Communities Long Beach (BHCLB). BHCLB is a collaborative of a diverse group of partners supported by the California Endowment working together to create sustainable and positive health outcomes in the … Continue reading

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Serving Collaborative Change

In a previous blog post, I wrote about my growing interest in serving collaborative change initiatives. Since then, I wrote an article published by OD Practitioner based on my research of collaborative change initiatives. As an organization development practitioner, my consulting … Continue reading

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Collaborating for Sustainability in SoCal

Transitioning Southern California into a sustainable region is beyond the capacity of one organization to accomplish alone. The challenges are too big and complex. Instead, “large scale social-change comes from better cross-sector coordination rather than from the isolated intervention of … Continue reading

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