5 Ways to Quartets and Collaboration Performing Best


This week I wondered what singing quartets could teach about collaboration. Last week I attended my first rehearsal with the Greater Harmony Chorus, a chapter of Sweet Adelines International which is dedicated to advancing the musical art of barbershop quartet for women. Not only was the experience tremendously fun, but I was struck by how…

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What Summer Vacation Taught Me About Collaboration

Sea Shells from Outer Banks

This week I wondered what sea shells could teach me about collaboration. My husband, Todd Przybycien, and I just got back from a week’s vacation at the Outer Banks. We stayed at the Cypress House Inn in Kill Devil Hills run by Bill and Veda Peters, the consummate inn-keppers who know the area very well.…

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Good Questions are Key to Good Collaboration

Good Questions Key to Collaboration

Ever wonder why you couldn’t come up with the great question you heard someone else ask at a big conference or in a collaborative meeting? In addition, what made it such a great question? This post explores what makes a good question and the purpose of questions. David Stork provides characteristics of good questions in…

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