Leaders make a huge difference in people's every day life. They can truly impact the way you feel at work.
While leadership is one of the most discussed and researched topics in business, yet we still struggle to find or become great leaders.
I believe that in order to become a great #leader in the future, you need to experience what true good looks like. So, I invite you to read my blog post on this topic and join me in a discussion.
What do you think makes a great leader?
The corporate business world can not be imagined without MEETINGS! They've become such an integral part of our work, that there's plenty of us working in an office environment that have multiple of them on a daily basis.
While meetings at work make sense a lot of times, often they are not challenged, turning them into barriers to actually achieve desired business results and engaged employees.
Creating a purposeful meeting is not "rocket science" if you utilise some simple, yet effective tips and tricks, which I shared in my blog post.
What are your best practices from organising or attending effective meetings?
Running business meetings. It sounds like a basic skill, yet so many companies and teams are struggling to do it effectively.
The inspiring Elon Musk has recently shared his tips:
1️⃣ No large meetings.
A rule of thumb - no more than 4 - 6 people. Before sending an invite, always think how each person will add value.
2️⃣ Leave if you feel you do not add value.
It is important to build an acceptance of this behavior in your company/ team culture.
3️⃣ No frequent meetings.
Often we forget to cancel reoccurring meetings which were originally created to solve an urgent problem.
While I find these rules very useful, I question 3️⃣. I think it’s especially important for every leader to have standard reoccurring 1:1 meetings with each team member. There are many employees who need that special time to express their concerns.
What are your tips to run effective meetings?