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The Coordinating Council of ACI is recommending closing the organization. Several council members are completing terms and no other candidates for the roles are apparent. There are no new meetings being scheduled – the last one was Bill Woodward’s program last fall. This decision of course rests with the membership. Agenda - All are Welcome! 8:30 - Arrive, order breakfast and begin extended check-in. What's going on in your life, your practice? 11:00 - Move under a tree in the park: - Finish any check-in - Treasurer Report - Communications Report 12:00 - Discussion of closing out ACI. 1:00 - Continue discussion during lunch at the dining hall. 2:00 - Next steps 2:30ish - Adjourn

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    What we're about

    ACI offers both peer consulting and peer review of your work with corporations, NGO's, non-profits, communities. It is a small group of people who get to know each other and the work being done extremely well. We are passionate about our fields and committed to introspection, self-discovery and contributing to the good in our many communities and the world.

    We are looking for a few people who want to apply the same rigorous standards, and mature their practice over the years. Members also present new concepts, experiment with new programs, and work on publications together, receiving feedback from some of the most experienced people in the field.

    Both the Peer Consulting and Peer Review process are described on the ACI website:
    We highly recommend viewing this site and these processes before you join this Meet-up.

    About ACI:
    • Associated Consultants International (ACI) is a not-for-profit business association, founded in 1971. We are experienced professionals serving a multitude of diverse organizations.
    • We respond to each other's requests for mutual inquiry and learning.
    • We are committed to our own and each other's growth, which entails both the willingness and capacity to give/receive feedback.
    • ACI is a distributed leadership organization, with a rotating Coordinating Council (CC) to provide synchronization and make decisions for the body as a whole.

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