what we do
At Myco, we know relationships. Connection. Care. Curiosity. We apply relationship science to help people collaborate better.
We provide research-backed foundations, assessments, and interventions to help:
Individuals deepen collaborative know-how
Teams discover how to structure collaborative work
Organizations establish collaborative culture
Whether you're looking to strengthen and repair an existing collaboration or are ready to initiate and build something new, we can help. We provide:
Individual- and team-based professional development
Collaboration design and facilitation
Fractional Chief Collaboration Officer services
Our proprietary assessments provide actionable insights for either amping up your organization's collaborative capacity or launching a new collaborative endeavor.
Need to strengthen or repair an existing collaboration?
Myco’s Collaboration Capacity Diagnostic is designed to assess the current health of your organization’s collaboration ecosystem.
Ready to initiate and build something new?
As the first step in helping teams unlock their capacity for deep collaboration, Myco's Collaboration Readiness Assessment brings clarity to the scope and coherence of could-be collaborators’ respective visions and evaluates collective readiness to effectively and sustainably do together that which cannot be achieved alone.
“I was feeling stuck. You have this ability to clear things up for me when we talk. You are really good at narrowing down the issue in a logical, thoughtful way, yet with empathy.”
Whether you’re on a new team committed to building strong foundations, on a troubled team that needs to get unstuck, or on a rapidly expanding team that’s trying to duct tape together a cardboard car as it hurls down the freeway: we can help.
"Deb was instrumental to my successful transition into the role of Board Chair of IMPACCT Brooklyn."
“[Deb] takes everyone seriously and pushes for clarity where needed.
Deb’s teaching talent shines bright in her value-packed virtual “lunch and learns” and workshops.
Participants admire her clear presentations and ability to facilitate productive and stimulating activities and discussions among people who see the world differently (sometimes very differently).
Reach out to inquire about Deb’s professional development offerings, all designed to help people build and sustain healthy and productive collaborations at work.
Whether you’re looking for theoretical frameworks, assessments, or concrete tools and tips to quickly level up your collaboration game: Deb can help.
“I honestly could not imagine working with a more skilled retreat facilitator. Throughout the process, I felt as if she was a member of our department for years; that is how well she understood our history and needs.”
“[Deb is] positive, clear, engaging, and the group projects/discussions were meaningful. [She] also have a deep sense of confidence and humility -- a paradox of character that is not always apparent in many academics. Thanks for your example to all of us."
workshops topics include:
Collabor(h)ate to CollaborGREAT: Applying relationship science to move your team from where they are to where they want to be
How to build inter-company collaborations: Perspectives and practices
Facilitating collaboration within complex organizational systems
How to write a statement of shared purpose
How to create a theory of change
design and facilitation
For situations where multiple stakeholders want to come together to build something new and want to create the conditions for amazing collaboration at the outset, we can help.
The process of deciding what to do and how to do it often benefits from the involvement of an external facilitator--someone who is at once committed to your shared success and unbiased in their outlook about how to achieve those ends.
Deb was such a committed, thorough, insightful, and adaptive partner throughout our strategic refresh process.
"Myco listened intently to our needs, then crafted an engaging, constructive retreat that enabled us to have the conversations we needed most, advancing our goals further than I thought possible in a half-day retreat."