[IMGCAP(1)]You and two of your colleagues are returning from the firm’s annual partner retreat. You thought there were good discussions and everyone agreed on a few decisions that will really move the firm forward. You ask the others in your car what they thought. One speaks up.

“I hate these meetings. We discuss problems and talk about solutions, but then we get back and it is business as usual. Nothing ever changes around here.”  The other rider echoes the same sentiment. What you thought was positive movement is now soured. Does this sound familiar?

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