Conducting a Brainstorming Session

How to identify risks within your organization

Conducting a Brainstorming Session — abstract illustration
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You successfully planned a brainstorming session to identify risks within your organization, but now that you’re conducting the session, what comes next?

Explain purpose

The first thing to do is remind participants of the purpose of the session. To do this, you could…

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Sorin Dumitrascu

Sorin Dumitrascu

A trainer, business consultant and author specialised in human resources, project management, computer literacy and career development.

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