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July 24, 2011

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John

I found this blog very informative and interesting, Posts are really very good and must be appreciated. Will keep in touch to this site.

Nick Petrie

Hi Mark, great post, thanks. They are great points. I especially like the idea you mention about retreats being an opportunity to communicate across boundaries and practice areas. This breaking down of boundaries seems to be one of most impt benefits of retreats. Also the idea of an 'advance'. Nice job.

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Very instructive, I could not agree more!

Lee

I agree that the word retreat can be a misnomer unless you consider the gathering to be a strategic regrouping.

Sfedore

Thanks for the info Mark! These retreats are often done incorrectly when really as you said they need to be about breaking down these boundaries

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