Avoiding "Herding Cat" Syndrome While Building Multiparty Consensus

Have you ever found yourself trying to get many people in different departments or on your project team to all agree to something, or to try to come to consensus on a critical decision by committee? It can be like herding cats across a wide field into a fenced-in area at the back, if you don’t watch out. Especially if there are several issues of varying importance to the participants and differing personalities and needs.

What if you had a straightforward process that took into account multiple parties with very different interests and shortened the time to decision?

Learn more at the Guest blog at trainingindustry.com by Heather Meeker Green.



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