When we lead a session or facilitate a forum or guide a group, the aim is always to achieve a breakthrough.
For individual participants, it might be a breakthrough idea — a newly discovered action step, or a way to reframe and resolve a longstanding problem, or a thought-shifting insight that sets the stage for change.
For individuals or groups, it might be a breakthrough technique or tool that can be put to work right away.
In sessions where teams use our barn-raising approach to complete a well-scoped project in a compressed time frame, there can be one breakthrough after another — culminating in the biggest breakthrough of all, the creation of a meaningful work product.
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