Editor’s note: In a recent Thinking Environment workshop I was struck by an anecdote from our facilitator Meg Peppin about how starting a meeting with sharing what’s been going well completely changed the course and outcome of the meeting she was facilitating. Looking at this small piece of research, I wonder if we need to help colleagues focus more on what’s going well and noting that down.
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