Five ideas for drawing out people who rarely saying anything during a meeting.
If you aren’t achieving your goals, perhaps you aren’t being very SMART about your goal making.
Sometimes you should produce a strategic plan. At other times it’s best to have an ongoing process for planning.
Sometimes groups find themselves in a bad place. Team members are burned out, demoralized and just plain cranky. It can happen to the best of them. If it happens to your team, you’ve got to jump in and help the team change directions.
In even the toughest economic times, the leader’s job is to help employees remain hopeful. Here are specific things you ought to be putting your energy into right now.
Is your team dealing with the obvious problems?
The improv activity “yes, and…” might just help a naysayer see the light.