• Greg Powell

What should we... do less?

There are things we should start, things we should stop, things we should do more, and then things we should do less. The latter category might include things that have come to define us (like a signature program or activity) that still holds value for some, but might be holding us back from doing or being something else.


Or maybe there is a process orientation that can be helpful in some circumstances, but a hindrance in others. For example, do we seek consensus too often, when a single decision-maker might be the best option? Or our we offering a program too often (eg. should the Child-friendlly Contemplative Walk take place bi-weekly or monthly instead of weekly)?


In your experience with the Westshore Community of Practice, what have you observed that we might do less?

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