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It was a privilege to form a strategic partnership through a very real and tangible collaboration project with The Engineering Leadership Institute (ELI) team in Montana - the US. It is amazing what the art of the possible is when you start to collaborate. 

This is a story about serendipity, synchronicity, friendship, the art of the possible all wrapped up in collaboration.

It started with a serendipitous moment when Randy - ELI CEO, read one of my blogs on High-Performance Teamwork and requested we have a conversation. Next thing Randy,  Mary - ELI VP and Aubrey ELI - Comms Director met online with their friend and mentor, Mark Jacobs MeBox CEO. This was a synchronistic moment for all of us and for several months we met every week via Zoom video link (me in the UK and the other guys in various parts of the US. Over the months of online back-and-forth, we began to write blogs and Vlogs together and we began to form a strong bond.

Our fellowship led to hatching a project to test drive three seminars in Montana - called, 'How Soft Skills Drive High Performance.'

" This experience was super fantastic and our delegates all loved the content - Randy W "

This was, despite the hard work and effort, for all of us it was an awesome project and amazing collaboration experience. It's fabulous how people can come together and quickly form a fellowship that leads to this sort of opportunity and experience.

Thumbs up from Seminars one and two

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