Monthly Archives: October 2010

Community as a source of personal fulfillment

“Do not depend on the hope of results … In the end, it is the reality of personal relationship that saves everything.” —Thomas Merton In Community–the Structure of Belonging, Peter Block argues the loss of the sense of community leads … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Official Site of Segue Games~play that works.

If you are a CEO, executive, DO, HR or project team leader and need your organization to function and respond to the new marketplace at an entirely new level, then playing this game will help your people do that. Everyone … Continue reading

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Segue Business Consulting

How to Learn Quickly When the Stakes Are High Our consulting practice includes training business organizations which need to come up to speed quickly and to shorten the learning curve.  Our goal is always to provide our client with improved … Continue reading

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Free Segue Training: the Segue Maestro Program

Our intention at Segue Games is that people learn to play the game and pass it onto others–locally and globally. To support the easy sharing of the skills, we are making available a sequential skill-building process.  We call it  the … Continue reading

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What is the Segue Game and how is it played?

New!  Check out this link for an overview of the Segue Game: Robert interviewed by Jason Valenti of Shift Happening What is the Segue Game? The Segue is a game almost anyone can learn which Solves big problems Improves communication … Continue reading

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Play that works

“The most obvious result that I noticed [from our first meeting] was the individual and group focus that resulted.  Rather than ending with a fragmented feeling, it seemed to me that we were all heading in the same direction.  That’s … Continue reading

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