The Chebeague Island Council is a volunteer organization started in the 1940s on this Casco Bay Island with roughly 400 residents. The Council addresses a wide variety of community needs such as health and wellness, fuel assistance, hospice care, parades and festivals, and fundraising for local charitable causes. We were hired to facilitate a strategic direction workshop among members of the board, to help the Council take stock of its activities and plan for the future.
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Love and its Languages
April 26th, 2021 by Craig Freshley
Several years ago I wrote a Good Group Tip called Love and it was published in my first book. A high school friend of my daughter’s picked up the book and thumbed through it, stopping on the Love page. “I get that this is a book about group decision making, ” he said in a …read more
The Earth Needs Women Leaders
April 19th, 2021 by Craig Freshley
It’s no coincidence that I’m writing about the need for men to share leadership on the eve of Earth Day (April 22), in the midst of Spring’s unfolding, and at time when our Earth ecosystem is struggling. I don’t believe that patriarchal leadership marked by empire building has served humanity well and it’s time for …read more