News and Articles About Meetings
Focus more. Listen more.
One survey found that employees would rather watch paint dry or endure a tooth canal then attend a boring meeting.
Danielle Galmore, managing director at Workspring, discusses the importance of human connection in business.
Even the most ineffective meetings represent opportunities for leverage.
Meetings should drive work forward, not just a review of the last three months.
The new book includes a combination of big-picture insights and actionable tactics that will make this an instant classic.
Ending a meeting on-time, or even early; now, that's a concept.
Mourn not the passing of your business's biggest time waster and productivity serial killer. Instead, calculate a dollar cost before ever scheduling another meeting, using this simple process.
Meetings are costing businesses billions of dollars and their employees' sanity.
Employees can make or break your organization. It's important to pay attention to them.
Nobody complains about meetings that really contribute to moving the company forward.
To succeed, you must be able to meet "in person" no matter where you are in the world.
The conventional wisdom that you need to be an extrovert to succeed is contradicted by recent research.
Today's agenda -- drive alignment, give direction, generate energy and get creative.