Brainsteering is another process for generating great ideas.
You don’t have to be a perfect manager, but in the eyes of your employees you should at least be a half-way decent human being.
You don’t know when you might need the help of others. What are you doing now that would make them want to help you later?
A problem with my toilet led me to how you can save both time and money.
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.
I like to help people with their face-to-face meetings. As for conference calls, not so much. Enjoy.
There are improvement opportunities all around you. If the Japanese can do this with a toilet, just imagine what you can accomplish.