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Productive Interactions


The process of productive interactions, adapted from Jack Sherwood, offers a remarkable way to strengthen relationships in various scenarios. Effective in addressing alignment issues between individuals, groups, or departments, it proves valuable for resolving specific tensions or incidents, especially among high-level executives. The setup involves printing memo and agreement sheets, emphasizing physical copies for participants. Conducted in a private space, preferably neutral, the process is facilitated with a nominated champion in a triangle formation. Lasting one to two hours, the exchange process revolves around factual memos answering key questions, promoting understanding without immediate discussion. The outcome includes written agreements and a follow-up meeting, fostering improved collaboration and relationships. Consider incorporating this process into professional or personal interactions for enhanced outcomes.

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