Business today requires collaboration, but we rarely design our workspaces to support this. Here are three ways your company can restructure your office to better support people working together.
When presenting, it’s essential to keep your audience clued into where you are in your speech. Structure helps them follow along and receive your message. But if you’re using slides, the repetitive use of an agenda can be annoying, and even patronizing. Instead of littering your presentation visuals with this device, focus on
When implementing change, it’s crucial to communicate short-term wins to motivate people to stick with it. But not all near-term successes are created equally.
A high functioning team can’t be created by decree. Real teams — ones that do collective work — perform well not when the boss demands it, but when their colleagues expect it.
Customers are more valuable than the money they spend. They can help grow your company, whether they buy more or not. Here are three things your customers can give you:
No boss likes to think about losing star employees. But it’s your job as a manager to help people find the next level of growth. Here are three things you can do to support your direct reports’ development:
Sometimes getting people on board with a change is harder than implementing the change itself. Next time your team balks at something new, do the following: