For leaders who want to hold successful meetings--rather than feel held up or held hostage by them--here are eight steps to take:
A lot of people have to do a job for a living, even if it means being exposed to a program of authoritarian propaganda punctuated by many different moments of frantic productivity. Beginning your own business kicks employers to the curb, but the trade-off is that you should be more than productive - you have to be super-productive. What is left for a lucky few workers is the telecommuting choice.
Managers are experts at attending meetings. There always seems to be time to attend them, but never time to complete the action items assigned during prior meetings. Wouldn’t it be better to skip out on the meeting, complete the assignment and have the deliverable in the organizer’s inbox before the meeting ends? For more, click here.
by Jim Taggart
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