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When your coworker is mad about something you did and tells you, it helps to be ready with this three-part response.
If you want to improve meetings in your organization, start by evaluating the ones you lead. Here are some ways to do it.
A new improvement framework seems to emerge every 5-10 years. They bring new tools, techniques, and buzzwords; but at their core, they still rely on the same timeless principles.
Are you an approachable leader? This article lays out the specific behaviors you should be doing.
A small business needs most of the same functions as a large business, but can’t afford full-time experts. Here are some options.
A meeting leader’s job is just getting started with the agenda. The real value comes in creating an effective meeting facilitation plan.
The pandemic proved employers can be flexible when they have no choice. Now with choice returning, the amount of flexibility is open for debate.
Your growing company has problems that need your attention and action.