Cameron Herold is a world class executive coach, top rated speaker, and best selling author of Meetings Suck! He's also the founder of the COO Alliance, the world's leading network for seconds in command. In this episode, we discuss: why meetings are awful and what % of professionals lead bad meetings; tips to increase engagement in meetings in COVID-19; timing spacing tips of meetings; and accountability and engagement tests upon observing “checked out” behavior in meetings.
Tag: meeting tips
Paul Rosenberg is a Fortune global Fortune 500 coach, author, and speaker. He is the author of the top-rated book Rogue Leadership: Harnessing Headwinds to Drive Performance. In this episode, we discuss: the definition of Rogue Leadership; How to truly reach your “gut” feelings to guide you; Making decisions: Quickly vs. Right; and
Fun or boundary-breaking activities to break you and your teams out of a rut (Bubble wrap anyone?!!)
In-person sales presentations can be nerve-wracking, especially if you’re meeting with a prospect you’ve only briefly spoken with. It can be difficult to appear confident and conceal any anxiety you may be feeling.
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.
What are we meeting about? You may be regularly hearing this question from the people who attend your meetings.
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.
Video conferencing is almost as good as being there — except not. If you’re trying to run a larger meeting with videoconferencing tools, you need to master a few rules of engagement.
There you are again, sitting in another meeting while your work piles up. If your company is growing, you might notice you and your employees are involved in more meetings.
Have your weekly one-on-one meetings become routine? You should be asking yourself this question on a regular basis.
How many times has your phone chirped in a meeting? Maybe it’s a co-worker texting you about the presentation you're both sitting through. It’s no big deal if you answer that co-worker, right?
You’ve seen this behavior before. You’re trying to get people’s attention in your meeting. Instead of listening to the information you’re presenting, staff members are looking at their phones.
Are you trapped in a weekly meeting grind? Do you feel like you have to hold one-on-one meetings because everyone else does? Stop already!