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Comprehensive 2 day program runs next:



May 20 & 21, 2019 



October 3 & 4, 2019






 It's not 'drawing'...



with Lynne Cazaly
using The Visual Mojo Method
1 day practical workshop for your team
Build this powerful, influential skill to help make sense of change, communicate clearly and engage people in the most challenging situations

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MELBOURNE - March 29

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SYDNEY - June 27

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        For too long, workplace meetings have been dull, mind-numbing thieves of time. 

        They are sources of bad habits, of poor cultural behaviours and examples of lightweight leadership. 

        It's time that your organisation changes and impacts the way meetings work. 


        The Signpost Meeting System is a meeting method that guides teams in the PROCESS and SYSTEM of meetings, to make them more 

        • Productive
        • Collaborative
        • Effective
        • Creative. 


        Most meeting improvement advice is well meaning but dated, consisting of silly lists about agenda items and timers buzzing. Even worse advice says don't have the meeting - as if that will make the meetings you do have any better!

        The problem lies in the meeting system we habitually follow.

        Our current meeting behavours are based on archaic Parliamentary systems that are 200 years old and bear no relevance to today's fast moving, collaborative and agile work environments. 


        It's not about your agenda or how long the meeting goes for. 

        It's about the system you follow. 


        Let your people bring their best to collaborative work by helping them focus on applying their knowledge, expertise, creativity and experience ... not having to worry about the mechanics of the meeting.


        It's time to make a shift in your organisation's meeting culture. 

        It's time to change your meeting system. 


        The Signpost Meeting System is a:

        • human-centred approach to bringing people together to do good work, swiftly in meetings; 
        • system comprising steps, activities, rituals and processes to adopt and follow in your meetings;
        • flexible and adaptable system that helps meeting leaders prepare and run productive, collaborative, effective and creative meetings. 


        It is not a calendar or scheduling system and it's not a room booking system. It's not about time and it's not about your agenda. 


        The Signpost Meeting System is about how the meeting is designed, how it is led, how it is run. 


        Enquire about the 


        at your workplace


         or get the information pack from Lynne Cazaly outlining further details