Is your team any good? Can you prove it? Here’s one way to start it on the path to success.
Have you ever led a meeting when it seemed the group kept running away from a decision? As the leader, it is your job to help the team recognize and make the decision. Here are five strategies for helping you do so.
Dealing with dominators in meetings isn’t easy, but somebody’s got to do it. Why not you?
As you plan your next meeting, consider what you want the tangible outcomes to be. The more specific you are, the greater the chances you will actually produce them.
Communication involves two critical skills. Which one do you want to improve?
Successful teams not only ask a lot of questions, they learn to ask powerful questions.
People are so set in their belief that meetings are a waste of time, they may not even realize when something important is achieved. Your job is to make sure they do.