Tag Archive: Meetings

How Ego Squanders Talent and Chokes the Life Out of Meetings

A great meeting is as rare as a white moose. Count yourself fortunate if you ever see one. Image source I just left a half-day meeting with a team that I’ve worked with… Continue reading

How Experienced Leaders Become Stagnant and Mediocre

Repetition isn’t the path to improvement, unless you persistently work to improve.   The only way to improve is to focus on improvement. Experience turns to mediocrity when: You can’t explain what you’re… Continue reading

More Tragic Blunders of the Inexperienced

Inexperience offers the opportunity to improve or the peril of developing patterns that hamstring your future. Here are two tragic blunders of inexperienced leaders.  #1. Resisting – rather than actively seeking – input… Continue reading

How to Transform Meetings That Suck the Life Out of You

  When was the last time you left a meeting ready to charge hell with a squirt gun?     Lousy meetings are problem-solving activities with the wrong people in the room. The… Continue reading

A One-on-One Worksheet That Gives Power to Employees

To empower people, you must give them some control. One-on-ones where employees control most or all of the agenda transfer power to employees. But it’s intimidating if employees haven’t done it before. Create transitions… Continue reading

How to K.I.S.S. Lousy Operational Meetings Goodbye

Corporate teams love meetings. People who do the work can’t wait for meetings to end. Use a K.I.S.S. agenda to run meetings real people love to attend. #1. Keep: What do we need… Continue reading