How to Take Action After a Retreat

Coffee cup by napkin with words including "action plans."BONUS CHECKLISTS: 9 steps to take before, during and after. Plus 11 examples of tangible results.

By Marc Rosenberg

To get the maximum value from a retreat, you have to be ready to act on your discussions when you return to the office.

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Begin with nine things to do ahead of time: