Why Your Meetings Suck—and How to Fix ThemPut an end to death-by-meeting culture. We'll show you how in this upcoming webinar.
This tutorial offers advice on making meetings short and productive. Jay Goltz, CEO of Artists Frame Service, explains how to encourage candor and open dialogue while limiting meetings to an hour. Brooklyn Industries owner and president Lexy Funk recommends setting clear direction and objectives for meetings, and keeping meetings focused on the core customer. Joe Cirulli of Gainesville Health & Fitness Center suggests separating short-term goals meetings from long-term strategy meetings. He advises holding short and frequent operational meetings and meeting off-site to discuss long-term planning strategies.
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The Art of Airing ConflictWhen it came to adding user reviews to their website, the co-founders of Capterra were at odds.
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