18 Essential Management Questions to Cover at a Retreat

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By Marc Rosenberg
CPA Firm Retreats

Before formally beginning the discussion part of a retreat session, it’s always a good idea to begin by asking the participants what they want to be sure to cover.

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As issues are suggested, the facilitator should write them down on a flipchart, starting with: