Yesterday I participated in a great webinar presented by Melissa Giovagnoli, Founder & President of Networlding.
Melissa made some great points about how the most successful networks, communities, and companies are based on shared values and the valuing of diversity.
Melissa discussed how to create learning circles where we can share best practices and then no more than two people make something happen and then return to the wider group to share learning.
This idea got me reflecting on how often I have seen great ideas fail to get implemented because there are to many people involved in the execution.
I personally am going to focus more on partnering with just one person and I am going to encourage my clients to do the same. How about you?
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