Power Bonding

Clinton and his Cabinet get in touch with their feelings at Camp David

IT WAS A BOOMER KIND OF THING. WHEN PRESIDENT Clinton recently invited his Cabinet to Camp David for the weekend, he also called in two "facilitators" to conduct encounter-style discussions about how to share, trust one another and learn. Everyone wore a name tag (first and last names). Clinton got the ball rolling by recalling how tough it was to be a fat kid. As part of the exercise, participants were asked, What do you know now that you are afraid you won't know at the end of four years in the White House? Answered one: The names of my kid's...

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