Satisfy crucial attendee needs with Give and Get

GiveAndGetMaking deliberate and constructive connections amongst participants is a core goal of peer conferences, so I’m delighted to see that techniques with the same outcome in mind are beginning to be adopted at traditional events. For example, the March 2015 issue of the Harvard Business Review includes an excellent article “Leadership Summits That Work” by Bob Frisch and Cary Greene that focuses on creating effective conversations and outcomes at large and midsize company summits.

In particular, Frisch & Greene describe an exercise, Give and Get, for making the most of internal organizational resources :

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