David Bohmiller, Founder @ Inevitabl

🧠 Brainsharing?

Published 8 months ago • 1 min read

A significant piece of what makes change successful in organizations exists in communication.

Where innovative companies are involving employees throughout their hierarchies in visioning and strategic planning, meetings must take place.

It's typical that brainstorming takes place, but what if there were a better way?

Friend of Inevitabl, Erin Shrimpton, reflected on this recently, and is the source of this wonderful cartoon demonstrating the Brainstorm vs. the Brainshare.

As an introvert, who appreciates the time to formulate thoughts and consider all angles, I love the elements of patience and collaboration afforded through Brainsharing.

  • What are your 1st impressions of the concept?
  • Have you tried this method of idea generation and contribution before?
  • Do you see opportunity to try this with your teams?

For more on meeting inclusivity and effectiveness, here's Erin's most recent newsletter, How to Make Meetings More Inclusive.

Send me a note if/when you give it a shot. Would love to hear how it goes over!

In health,

David Bohmiller, MBA, MS (he/him/his)
Founder, CEO and Consulting Executive
Inevitabl LLC

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