You and your team members are working toward a common goal, and one way to track progress is to regularly talk with each person individually. One-on-one meetings can be productive for everyone involved, if you deliberately plan the questions you’ll ask during the meeting.
Category: Meeting Tips for Managers
Roughly half of employees have changed jobs in order to escape a bad boss. The details in Gallup’s State of the American Manager: Analytics and Advice for Leaders report reveal that employees often equate bad bosses with a lack of face time and feedback.
If your reps are checked out during sales meetings – texting, snoozing or playing Pokemon Go, you have a problem. In an article for Inc.com, Barrett Riddleberger tells you how to fix this problem
If you think regular one-on-one meetings with your team members is a waste of time, you need an attitude reset. Chrissy Scivicque, in a money.usnews.com column, reminds us why regular contact is vital.
Does everyone think your sales meetings are a joke? If so, check out the sales meeting tips shared by Tom Lavery recently on Saleshacker.com.
You’re worried your team isn't going to make goal by the end of the day. And then, one of your team members pops into your office for a chat. Do you know how to slow down and really listen?
Meetings can drag on for hours with nothing getting accomplished or they can be short and sweet with all participants agreeing that they understand what to do next. As you think about how to manage meetings in your department or company, consider a few tips offered by Josh Leibner in a recent Entrepreneur post.