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"Garmston and Zimmerman have written a book that is the perfect blending of theory and research with very practical, user-ready techniques for facilitating meetings AND for dealing with specific challenges. I would LOVE to see this kind of training offered for administrators!" -David Chojnacki, Executive Director Near East South Asia Council of Overseas Schools No more unproductive meetings! The complete guide to getting the most out of every gathering of educators. Do your meetings spiral angrily out of control? Or simply not make the most of the participants' talents? Lemons to Lemonade by…mehr

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"Garmston and Zimmerman have written a book that is the perfect blending of theory and research with very practical, user-ready techniques for facilitating meetings AND for dealing with specific challenges. I would LOVE to see this kind of training offered for administrators!" -David Chojnacki, Executive Director Near East South Asia Council of Overseas Schools No more unproductive meetings! The complete guide to getting the most out of every gathering of educators. Do your meetings spiral angrily out of control? Or simply not make the most of the participants' talents? Lemons to Lemonade by Robert J. Garmston and Diane P. Zimmerman is the playbook you need to promote civil, productive discourse, detailing: How to prepare yourself to facilitate the discussion and keep it on task Best practices for squashing conflict without wounding pride Methods for dealing with "frowners," "interrupters," "subject-changers," "humorists," and other time-waster types With this book, you will never waste another opportunity for problems to get solved by the combined powers of capable minds.
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ROBERT J. GARMSTON. Ed.D is an Emeritus Professor of Educational Administration at California State University, Sacramento and Founder of Facilitation Associates located in Sacramento California, Co-Founder of The Center for Cognitive Coaching and the Center for Adaptive Schools, both located in Denver Colorado. Formerly a classroom teacher, principal, director of instruction and acting superintendent, he works as an educational consultant specializing in leadership, learning, personal and organizational development. He has made presentations and conducted workshops for teachers, administrators and staff developers throughout the United States as well as in Canada, Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and the Middle East. Bob has practiced meeting management in each of his leadership roles and for thirty years he has taught facilitation skills, presentation skills and group management to educational leaders. He taught meeting management in Copenhagen to supervisors in the World Health Organization. He studied under Michael Doyle and David Strauss, Co- Founders of the Interaction Method of Conducting Meetings. In the 1980's he formed a group in Northern California to study and refine facilitation techniques. For four years he wrote a column on managing meetings from the perspectives of presenters and facilitators for the Journal of Staff Development, a publication of the National Staff Development Council, now Learning Forward. Bob has written and co-authored a number of books including Cognitive Coaching: A Foundation for Renaissance Schools, How to Make Presentations That Teach and Transform, The Adaptive School: A Sourcebook for Collaborative Groups, A Presenter's Fieldbook: A Practical Guide, Unlocking Group Potential for School Improvement and a memoir, I Don't Do That Anymore: A Memoir of Awakening and Resilience. He has been recognized by NSDC for his contributions to staff development. His books have been translated into Arabic, Hebrew and Italian. In addition to educational clients, he has worked with diverse groups including police officers, probation officers, Court and Justice systems, Utilities Districts, The United States Air Force and the World Health Organization.