Better meetings require the right tools and skill in using them. Neither will matter if you don’t have the courage to try.
Here are three ideas that might help your team learn to value their differences instead of fighting about them.
A meeting Icebreaker helps people get to know each other and focus their attention on the task at hand. It’s a small investment with a great payback.
Lately I’ve been thinking about housing. That led to some reminiscing about our home.
Minnesota is dead last among states on a recent gallup poll about employee engagement. We need to fix this.
Lazy coworkers can create lots of hard feelings. If you find yourself dealing with this situation, there are steps you can take.
There are plenty of people who don’t like meetings. They think they are boring and a waste of time. Your meetings need not be either of these.