In this three-part series on small business meetings, we are trying to not only convince you of the value of small business meetings, but also give you some real practical steps to implement meetings which drive real results.
In part I of this three-part series on meetings, we discussed why small business owners hate meetings so much (they see meetings as a waste of time or just an opportunity for employees to complain). We laid out a case for meetings. If you find yourself doubting the value of meetings, head over read part I and maybe I can convince you of the value of meetings.
In this post, we begin our three-part series on meetings and seek to change your thinking around meetings to show the true value meetings can create. We'll do this by providing some practical guidelines to make your meetings a real value driver in your business not a time and value drain.
In Part I, We'll Discuss The Purpose Of Small Business Meetings
In a recent conversation with a new client, I heard the client say, "I hate meetings.” Why do business owners have such a disdain for meetings? It's not that many just don't like them, they "hate" them.
To many small business owners, meetings are seen as a time waster where employees complain about problems and drop them at the feet of the owner.
In Part I of this series on goal setting, we talked about the history and research which supports most of today's goal setting theory.
We focused on five areas which can affect an organization's ability to achieve the goals they set.
We've developed this infographic to describe how your company's vision can help drive employee engagement.
In this three-part series I hope to dive into the science behind setting goals and the impact goal setting can have on your organization.
Over the past few weeks we've been highlighting areas where your company could be leaking profit. Let's face it, every business leaks SOME profit. The goal of this series to help you know where to look.