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Feedback Guts, Part 3

I’ve been sharing the results of my President’s Performance Feedback (two previous posts: Part 1 here,  and Part 2 here).

Here’s another survey question in which I wasn’t sure how the results would turn out:   611 more words


How to hide your nerves

If you get nervous speaking to your boss, making a presentation or speaking up in a meeting, you are most definitely not alone. How can you prevent your jelly legs, sweaty hands, stammering voice or mushy brain from spoiling the great impression you want to make? 389 more words

Personal Skills

Awesome Meetings. Easy! Set the agenda. Take action. That’s leadership

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Service Management

Leading Other's by Listening

“Seek first to understand, then be understood.” Steven Covey

As leaders, we often feel that we need to solve the world’s problems or that others are looking to us to solve their problems. 667 more words


Leading Effective Meetings

Most information out there on running effective meetings outlines steps to take and how to be efficient. Some of the items on the lists include: having an agenda, knowing the objectives ahead of time, sharing the agenda with others before the meeting, using as little time as possible, and so on. 589 more words


More on Meetings

Another quickie (so you don’t think I’ve fallen off the face of the earth). I’ve mentioned meetings before (a search on my posts and the word “meeting” shows up in seven of them). 236 more words


Leading Meetings: An Open Mindframe Calls Listening, Curiosity and Decisions

Later today I’ll be leading a meeting where a decision needs to be made.  The meeting happens to be at my work, but I want to share with you a technique that is appropriate for any meeting really in any venue. 243 more words