A common team problem is getting people to meetings on time. Meetings start late, people straggle in, and they are distracted with other activities. Try these techniques to tackle this pesky problem: Start on Time. If the meeting was supposed … Continue reading
Years ago there was a sentiment, “Don’t get your honey where you get your money.” The best approach to office romance was to avoid it altogether. Often, workplace love affairs left a trail of resentments, hurt feelings and shattered working … Continue reading
The Fall Extraordinary Team newsletter is now available! Updated format (no longer html – we have gone back to pdf) and you can access it in full color or grayscale/black & white.
Everyone is entitled to an opinion, but there are limits to how far team members can take their opinions. All too often, they forget to encourage a healthy dialogue and turn the conversation into a debate of one idea versus … Continue reading
“How can a manager be most effective ( and stay employed) when working with a volunteer board? How should my time and energy be split between the operations of the business and advising the board members?” A: An excellent question … Continue reading