Report: Terror Risk Tops Safety Concerns for Business Travelers

Associations Now

A new Global Business Travel Association report reveals that many business travelers’ biggest safety concern is terrorism, despite the fact that other risk factors, such as theft or street violence, are much more likely. More than half of respondents rated Washington, DC.,

Jeffrey Cufaude, Idea Architects: Belief Systems as Bridge-Builders.

Idea Architects

In this way you begin to think together— not simply report out old thoughts. 21, DC, ASAE Facilitation Skills Workshop (public). Aug 22, DC, AVAILABLE at a special rate. 23, DC, DelCor Facilitation Workshop. Dec 2002 (6). Nov 2002 (4). Sep 2002 (2).

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Facilitation Friday #23: Going in Different Directions

Idea Architects

Youll need to determine if reporting from the small group needs to occur, as well as the process for doing so that elicits the most useful information in the most efficient way. And reporting doesnt have to be verbal. 21, DC, ASAE Facilitation Skills Workshop (public).

Jeffrey Cufaude, Idea Architects: Facilitation Friday #15: Tools for.

Idea Architects

Each group reports out (or all the Futures Wheels are posted and people mill about and read on their own) followed by large group facilitated discussion. 21, DC, ASAE Facilitation Skills Workshop (public). Aug 22, DC, AVAILABLE at a special rate. Dec 2002 (6).

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Facilitation Friday #19: Resisiting Resistance is Futile

Idea Architects

A discussion about workplace culture changes when peoples supervisors or direct reports are in the room. 21, DC, ASAE Facilitation Skills Workshop (public). Aug 22, DC, AVAILABLE at a special rate. 23, DC, DelCor Facilitation Workshop. Dec 2002 (6). Nov 2002 (4).

Advocating from Afar: Virtual and Remote Grassroots Advocacy

Beekeeper Group

When letters containing the bacterium anthrax arrived at the DC offices of Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) and former Senator Tom Daschle (D-SD) in October 2001, multiple Capitol Hill buildings closed for decontamination.

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