Most employees want to stay informed about what’s happening with their jobs and their employer. Being informed contributes to higher productivity.
Category: Meeting Tips for Managers
Cindy Ashton is the CEO of Minerva Enterprises LLC, an elite-level presentation strategist, professional speaker, singer, and award-winning TV host of Cindy Uncorked on e360tv. In this episode, we discuss: why people fail to deliver and present their message in a way that’s heard and ups their business game;
vocal tips to help you draw people in, rather than repel them; body language tips; and the differences between men and women in how they hear other people.
Managers have been focusing on meeting management in recent years. They know they can improve productivity and increase employee engagement by actively managing their meetings.
Joe Williams is the Founder of Creative Performance Group, where he helps people get their message out to the world in the most powerful way possible. His new book The Impact Awakening: How to Go from Having a Calling to Changing Lives, focuses on how to master your message, communicate it powerfully, and scale it into an Impact Business. In this episode, we discuss: how to “up your game” of communication plus
How to evaluate and change your communication style.
Overcommunicating is impossible inside a company, says Lee Caraher, author of The Boomerang Principle–Inspire Lifetime Loyalty from Your Employees and Millennials & Management.
What are we meeting about? You may be regularly hearing this question from the people who attend your meetings.
You never get a second chance to make a good first impression. That old saying usually applies to when you make someone's acquaintance.
Has it happened again? You called the team together for a meeting. Your team members assembled and the same person did all of the talking.
You may be feeling those January resolutions you made to improve your business slowly slipping away. It doesn’t have to be that way. You could tackle one small management issue and focus on fixing it.
There’s no better time to challenge your team to think creatively than the start of a new calendar year. You may be facing the challenge of designing a new product or rolling out a new service that increases sales by 20% by year-end.
Have we gone too far in building a culture of niceness at work? If you’ve recently led an ideation session that yielded poor results, you might agree that being too nice is leading your organization to a dead end.
Regular one-on-one meetings can be a valuable experience for managers and employees. But, all too often, the results of your one-on-one meetings fall far short of what you and your team member could be accomplishing.