I’m finishing a facilitation book called, “Meeting Hero.” I’m in search of beta readers and also looking for people who want to learn how to save their co-workers (and themselves) from bad meetings.
Figuring out what people really think in meetings can be challenging. Yet it’s critical for the team’s success. Here are three ideas that might help.
I like to help people with their face-to-face meetings. As for conference calls, not so much. Enjoy.
How to deal with a team that’s complaining about too much to do and not enough resources to complete the job.
If you want more ideas from your group, generate them without evaluation. Here’s how to do it.
There are improvement opportunities all around you. If the Japanese can do this with a toilet, just imagine what you can accomplish.
Your meetings don’t need to start late. Use these three ideas for starting them on time.