If I’m not happy in this time and place, I’m not paying attention. –Jodi Hills, American author Sometimes I get upset about how life is going. It’s as though life should actually be the way I think it should be, and if it isn’t,...Read More
Month: February 2015
Ask Paul: I cancelled 8 of my last 10 staff meetings because they included only information sharing. Now, my managers say they miss the opportunity to interact with their peers. Thoughts?
Thank you for the question, Wes. First, I give you credit for choosing to respect the time of your managers by being thoughtful about whether or not to meet. Questioning the value of sharing information is also a step in the...Read More
Most of us walk into meetings concerned about one person – ourselves. We’re not usually looking out for other participants or thinking about how to support the person leading the meeting. We sit where we feel most comfortable,...Read More
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Interesting takes on providing just the right amount of parenting from @Lin_Manuel in this piece from @MichaelHainey : https://t.co/o3Xe9krMtf
Great piece from @murielvega on how to get the most out of your meetings: https://t.co/sdWp8DS8Yt