Our thought leadership in blogs and podcasts

  • The hardest meetings to run effectively are those when you have some people in the room and some on-line. But with a bit of thought and planning, you can get over the difficulties.
  • Sometimes it is the little things that cause the greatest annoyance. And one of these little problems concerns people constantly searching the web during your online (or physical) meetings.
  • If you're leading a remote team, and trying to keep everyone aligned, it's tempting to look to history. I talked about Genghis Khan last month, but Alexander the Great would also seem to be a good bet.
  • It doesn't matter how you try to do it or what tools you use, the thing that gets in the way of successful brainstorming is human dynamics. The fact is, our traditional idea of brainstorming just doesn't work.
  • It's surprising how often teams lose sight of theirgoals. There are plenty of reasons, and maybe understanding some of the most common will help you and your team reassess where you are headed.
  • I'm working on a new book about meetings and wanted to get some quotes and research. SO in no particular order, here are the 10 biggest complaints you have about meetings.