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Planning a meeting? Don’t just pick any day to decide when to meet. Choose the most productive day to bring your work group together. Follow these guidelines: In-depth meetings: Tuesdays and Wednesdays are good days to cover complex topics. People … Continue reading
In the next few days many people will make grand plans for what they will do better in the new year. By Feb. 1, many of those good intentions will have failed.
If you’re serious about being more effective at work, we encourage you to take small steps to big improvements. Instead of trying to do everything at once, make one change at a time. Continue reading
Even when they do it under the table, you know when meeting participants are tapping away on their mobile phones instead of paying attention. Before you dismiss those people as rude and unprofessional, check whether your meetings may be the problem. Continue reading
I was surprised to see a page in my fourth-grader’s school folder describing roles that are common in effective meetings. Titled “Cooperative Group Role Cards,” the page was created by the International Reading Association and National Council of Teachers of … Continue reading
No wonder they’re called “bullet points.” Load too many into your presentation and you’ll destroy any enthusiasm your audience might have for the subject. PowerPoint isn’t the enemy. It’s how people misuse the program that has led meeting attendees to … Continue reading
No matter how stealthy people think they are being, other meeting participants know when they are checking messages or texting under the conference room table. So I immediately saw the workplace application when a friend told me about the phone … Continue reading