Whether you are feeling low on energy and a little lost, or you want to go further and do more, we have six steps to help you get on track and stay on track!
It is good to set ourselves targets – personal and professional – but sometimes things don’t pan out how we hope. When should we give up on our goals? How can we know when we are being resilient or stubborn? What are the signs that we need to change track?
Learn how and when it is appropriate to use the ‘chat’ function in online meetings … and when it is NOT!
Now even more than ever, companies need teams to have effective interactions, especially for their online meetings. We provide 3 strategies to help your teams get the most out of their virtual meetings and really push your company forward.
‘Not yet’ are two powerful words which when added to your negative, self-doubting sentences will help you find the mental strength to continue on, to try again … and again! Learn to use them and become more resilient and positive.
As professional facilitators, we understand how these differ from face to face meetings and have accumulated a great deal of experience in facilitating successful virtual meetings. Here are 5 rules we use to ensure productive and engaging virtual meetings.
These are indeed worrying times and many of us are feeling anxious and stressed – either we have a lot to do, or suddenly we find we have nothing to do. We have some tried and tested strategies to help you get through the coming days, weeks and months.
Setting aside time to prepare properly for their meetings will help your team be more effective. We have a handy checklist for meeting organisers to ensure they are ready and meetings run smoothly and arrive at good conclusions!
Asking your team for feedback is not easy, but it is always worthwhile. We give you tips on how to ensure you get a well-considered response from all members of your team with clear examples of what you do well and areas for improvement. It will be good for you and for them, so don’t hesitate.