Lina Kvizikevičiūtė on Non-formal educationDigital Marketing | PPC | Google & Facebook ads specSome time ago
Facilitation methods and techniques 🙋🏻 I used to volunteer for Erasmus student network and mentor foreign students in Vilnius. That experience brought a lot of great things to me. During that time I started to organize mentors, have bigger meetings and deliver workshops. I wanted to present a technique to plan a meeting/workshop that I still remember. It is called NAOMIE that is why it is so easy to remember it 😅 Whole great explanation of this technique is down below taken from OBESSU Toolbox. My two cents here - imagine if a responsible person would come to any work meeting, brainstorm or planning session prepared like this 😍 would meetings be more or less productive? Great preparation requires time and sometimes people do not understanding value of preparation and importance of planning, so I am still doubting how to use such knowledge in real life (or work) situations ✌️
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Thanks for the response ! Admittedly it is quite difficult to apply task-to-task motivation to customer service, as the work takes place during specific business hours. But the main issue lies in a poorly established reward system for extra work done/ overtime. Its my opinion that extra effort should be incentivised in these industries since you can't base it on commission. Eg. overtime should be paid more consistently. In any jobs I've worked so far you're just expected to put in 110% no questions asked. But hopefully more well-intentioned business owners will prioritise staff wages, instead of relying on minimum wage. I know it's not always about the money but when it's one of the only rewards you can receive in customer service it can be much appreciated. As far as learning to deal with self-employment, I've still a lot to learn!
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Santino Dummett on EducationI teach business and startups for free! www.linkedin.com/in/santino-dummettSome time ago
Schools are great for teaching how to work under direct oversight, like a teacher standing over you, and this translates well to traditional work with a boss standing over you in set working hours. The world is moving towards self-directed work (especially working from home or self-employment) as well as self-directed development and learning, and this is something most people are simply not good at long term. In my opinion a key ability of our generation will be to plan and implement work at home under no supervision, and this will be one of two critical things to teach children (and adults) to prepare them for a 21st century career (I’ll talk about the second thing another time). Agree or disagree? How would you develop this ability on a national scale? Let me know your thoughts!
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Kristina Dryža on What is Non-Linear Intelligence?Speaker, Author and Archetypal ConsultantSome time ago
From presenting on underworld mythology on the weekend to now be back in the corporate world and speaking at the Verslo Zinios conference tomorrow on ‘How to unlock the potential of a winning team?’ https://konferencijos.vz.lt/personalas/

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