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Atlanta City Council & Ken Meyer receiving SEAF Facilitation Impact Award 1-3-2011

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Published on Jan 4, 2011

The Southeast Association of Facilitators (SEAF) presenting their 2010 Facilitation Impact Award to President Cesar C. Mitchell, the Atlanta City Council and their facilitator, Kenneth E. Meyer, CEO of Alignment at Work, LLC.

They have worked together for 15 months creating the city's first-ever multi-year strategic plan, using the Pull Thinking® methodology, invented by Mr. Meyer.

The presentation is made by Deborah Covin Wilson, VP of Awards, for SEAF.

As a non-profit professional association, SEAF promotes excellence in facilitation through education, networking, and professional development. Visit: www.seaf.org

The Facilitation Impact Award is designed to:

- Recognize excellence in facilitation practices
- Promote awareness of the role of facilitation in achieving results
- Reward the use of facilitation within organizations and our communities
- Acknowledge outstanding contributions by SEAF members
- Promote SEAF as a vehicle for advancing facilitation skills

Atlanta-based Alignment at Work, LLC uses their powerful Pull Thinking® methodology, to enable organizations to create and sustain organizational alignment. They focus on maximizing people's performance levels for greater service, resulting in greater profitability and sustained growth.

Their professional services include training, consulting, coaching and mentoring on Pull Thinking®. They provide custom solutions to best meet clients' business needs.

More information is available at www.pullthinking.com, the website for Atlanta-based Alignment at Work, LLC.

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