Better Together: Collaborative Intelligence at Work™

On Demand Webinar

Collaborative intelligence – the ability to work with others to produce something useful -- is a special aptitude we all have the ability to do. However, without proper training and practice, our collaboration skills takes a hit and can have negative consequences.

In this webinar, we’ll define collaborative intelligence, identify the major muscle groups and how to use them, and practice with effective exercises that will help you improve your ability to collaborate.

Learning Outcomes

  • Identify and overcome common hurdles in collaborative efforts, understand their impacts, and reap the rewards of enhancing your collaborative intelligence.
  • Discover essential collaboration competencies and adopt practical strategies to foster these skills on a personal, team, and organizational level.
  • Boost your confidence by engaging in hands-in skill-building techniques.

Barry Rosen, CEO, Interaction Associates
Rachael Grail, Senior Consultant, Interaction Associates



Barry Rosen
CEO, Interaction Associates

Barry is responsible for enabling associates to make informed decisions and provide services that help clients achieve their day-to-day objectives and realize their highest aspirations.

With 35 years in the learning and performance improvement industry, Barry has led projects at dozens of companies, including General Electric, Celanese, McKinsey, Progressive Insurance, Charles Schwab, Exelon, and Capital One.

Barry has facilitated meetings with the Democratic Congressional Caucus, the Carter Center, and with the Dalai Lama in Dharmsala, India. He is the developer of much of Interaction Associates' intellectual content, including leadership, teamwork, and facilitation learning programs.

Barry is also a co-founder of the Interaction Institute for Social Change, a 501(c)(3) dedicated to racial justice and equity, and to advancing the practice of citizen democracy. Through the Institute, Barry trained dozens of consultants in Israel to teach Facilitative Leadership®  to Jewish and Palestinian leaders in the service of advancing civil society, cross-cultural tolerance, and progressive social change.

Barry holds a B.A. in Political Philosophy from Trinity College, Hartford CT, and an M.A. in Urban Planning from University of California, Berkeley.

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Rachael Grail
Senior Consultant, Interaction Associates

Rachael’s goal is to enable peak performance in teams through effective communication, strengths-based collaboration, and sustained well-being. As an experienced facilitator and coach, she skillfully weaves new concepts and awareness into practical actions. She leverages a breadth of experience and numerous evidence-based frameworks to be highly responsive to the unique needs of each group she supports.

Before her work as a leadership development specialist, she was an educator at a private school in the Silicon Valley for six years, where she designed and delivered custom curriculum to a group of neurodiverse students. Prior to that, she worked for ten years as an executive producer of large-scale events in the San Francisco Bay Area. This taught her volumes about team dynamics in high stakes situations and is where her interest in team development originated.

Rachael holds a BA with Honors from the University of California, Santa Cruz. She holds certificates in Women in Leadership, and Persuasive Communication from Cornell University. She is a CPCC certified coach from the Co-Active Training Institute (CTI,) and an ACC Certified Coach from the International Coaches Federation (ICF). She is also an LHEP certified practitioner of The Human Element model for Organizational Effectiveness

Rachael supports leaders and teams in global companies, high growth startups, and NGO’s. Her experience includes engagement with clients at: Amazon, Adobe, DocuSign, Meta, Outside PR, PG&E, Service Now, and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.

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