Sometimes getting teams to try something new can make you feel like Sam I Am. Are you spending more time addressing objections than on the activity itself?
Some questions move a group forward and other questions drive the group further into useless discussion. Today we take a look at which questions are useful and which ones are not.
Vibrancy. What a great word. “Vibrant Meetings” is this an oxymoron? Can a meeting be Vibrant?
Your meetings can be better and it doesn’t have to be fancy! Hint: It’s all about the people.
What happens when you bring a little love into your meetings?
When I stopped asking myself, ‘how can I make sure I sound smart?’ and instead asked ‘how may I serve?’, life changed significantly. Here’s what happened…
How do you know when to let things unfold in a meeting and when to reign them in? The key is in sensing how you can best serve the group.
Companies build complex bureaucracies and then wonder why things take so long. When I help companies examine these processes, the process is so ingrained in everyone’s mind as an undeniable truth, people have developed a blind spot. Consider how you might be contributing to the red tape without realizing it.
If you've ever seen the kid's movie "UP!", the dog is easily distracted by squirrels. Sometimes people in meetings are no different.
What happens with the information from a meeting? Where does it go? How many different interpretations of the meeting get passed around the organization?
Hijackers are those people who try to take over your meeting and change the direction. Let’s unpack why people hijack, take a look at the different types of hijackers, and then get some tips on what we can do about it.
The Sprint Review/Demo our my favorite Agile Practice. Read on and find out why.