Barnes & Conti Associates

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Barnes & Conti Associates
Barnes & Conti Associates is listed in the Miscellaneous Business Services category in Berkeley, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Barnes & Conti Associates which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Barnes & Conti Associates on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 97.

Contact information for Barnes & Conti Associates is:
940 Dwight Way
Berkeley, CA 94710
(510) 644-0911

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Barnes & Conti Associates has an overall ZapScore of 97. This means that Barnes & Conti Associates has a higher ZapScore than 97% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Berkeley, California is 39 and in the Miscellaneous Business Services category is 27. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Do you have good meetings in your workplace? If you or your colleagues hate meetings or consider them a waste of ti†twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

Do you have good meetings in your workplace? If you or your colleagues hate meetings or consider them a waste of time, perhaps you’re not engaging in constructive debate, or in any form of debate. Here’s an brief excerpt from this article: “When teams have a good fight during meetings, team members debate the issues, consider alternatives, challenge one another, listen to minority views, and scrutinize assumptions. Every participant can speak up without fear of retribution. However, many people shy away from such conflict, conflating disagreement and debate with personal attacks.” http://ow.ly/f8hF50g8oF0
Tips for generating productive friction.


In this article, Nelson Soken, Barnes & Conti’s Chief Innovation Officer, argues that investing in learning and dev twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

Have you noticed that people seem more distracted than ever in the workplace? Nelson Soken, Barnes & Conti’s Chief Innovation Officer, wrote an article on investing in learning and development when focused attention is becoming scarce. Nelson argues that investing in learning and development delivers significant rewards to everyone in the workplace. He continues with eight principles and New Year’s resolutions for investing in learning and development. http://ow.ly/PDfl30hN7xH
In the Talent Development programs I facilitate, all too often I see well-meaning, well-intentioned, highly talented participants show up in body, BUT their minds are either totally or intermittently unavailable. A 2015 study...

Happy New Year from Barnes & Conti! Would you like to be a more effective influencer in 2018? Here’s a research-based article with a very simple approach…whenever possible, try to influence face to face! The title of the article proclaims, “A Face-to-Face Request Is 34 Times More Successful than an Email.” Excerpted from the article, “We found the nonverbal cues requesters conveyed during a face-to-face interaction made all the difference in how people viewed the legitimacy of their requests, but requesters were oblivious to this fact.” http://ow.ly/EQ0x30hxKHT
What’s most convenient isn’t always what’s most effective.


Happy New Year from Barnes & Conti! Would you like to be a more effective influencer in 2018? Here’s a research art twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

Our Holiday Newsletter is available! If it didn’t arrive in your inbox, you can now read it online. Highlights include: a holiday message from Kim Barnes, reflections from Nelson Soken on how to best facilitate learning and development programs when participants are overwhelmed and distracted, announcement of new program applications, book recommendations, and a tempting holiday recipe. http://www.barnesconti.com/newsletters/dec2017.html
In recent weeks and months, we have been reminded over and over of the dark side of power—power over others. At Barnes & Conti, we think of power as a set of resources that supports your ability to influence others. Knowledge, relationship, control of resources, position, confidence, moral authori...


Our Holiday Newsletter is available! Highlights include a holiday message from Kim Barnes, reflections from Nelson†twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

Do too many experts spoil the innovation? Here’s an article based on a study of surgical instrument ventures. The researchers found that too many experts—in this case, physicians—could be a serious liability when trying to innovate. “...innovation thrives when expert users make up about 40% of an invention team. Any less and the company will lose sight of what its customers need; any more and the group will tend to converge on old ideas.” http://ow.ly/d0ZZ30hktj5
The most creative teams are made of experts and non-experts working together.


Do too many experts spoil the innovation? This article, based on a study of surgical instrument ventures, argues th†twitter.com/i/web/status/9…