Meetings Introverts are not likely to share ideas in a large setting, whereas extroverts welcome the public communication. Get the most out of your introverted staff by providing a smaller group setting where they can shine. Large, weekly meetings aren’t as productive as was previously thought. Consider making that a monthly meeting, and have a… Read more »
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Catch some of the wisdom in our EDSI Videocasts. Grab a cup of coffee, sit down, and get some inspiration for personal effectiveness and professional excellence! Learn work life balance from Steve Jobs. Find out the real reason why training is important. Here’s how to get a competitive advantage through employee development. Stop by our… Read more »
Dear Suzanne, In the last couple of weeks I have been accepting proposals from vendors for a large development project that is planned to start in the next 6 months. In the course of this process, the executive team has met with each of the candidate groups and their top managers for a dinner meeting,… Read more »
Dear Suzanne, I manage employees for a law firm in San Antonio. I know that star employees who leave an organization are often leaving the manager not the job itself. Recently I have had a few resign, so I can’t help but ask myself if they are leaving because of my management style. If you… Read more »
Whatever your personal or career goals are, self-discipline is the single most important tool to help you accomplish them. It keeps you focused on your long-term goals and makes you a more effective leader. How do you harness your own self-discipline on a daily basis? How do you translate this skill into a work environment… Read more »
Making choices is one of the most difficult tasks that leaders address each day. So much data, increasing market segmentation possibilities, and a raft of subtle options, face us each day -each of which has a different possible outcome. After pursuing too many choices and special projects, keeping too a variety of options on the… Read more »
Unless you change how you are, you’ll always have what you’ve got. Whatever your personal or career goals are, self-discipline is the single most important tool to help you accomplish them. Put these daily practices into action to accomplish your own goals and become a more effective leader in the meantime! Revisit your goals each… Read more »
You may feel it when you’re in meetings and find that your colleagues freely talk over and interrupt each other. Perhaps a recent project was slowed down or stalled entirely as a result of poor communication among team members. If you have found that the overall level of professionalism in the workplace is decreasing, then… Read more »
With today’s pervasive technology, it is easier than ever to conduct business globally without leaving the office, or sometimes, without leaving home. However, sometimes in-person contact is essential, and business travel becomes unavoidable. If it is a short domestic flight, then it may be fairly easy to show up relaxed and ready for work. But… Read more »
If there’s one resolution that most professionals make in the new year, it’s some variation on “Be more effective at work.” Some may focus on time management, while others zero in on productivity, but improving personal effectiveness is the common denominator. The arrival of a new year provides a valuable opportunity to reassess your priorities… Read more »
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