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A trigger series to practise taking minutes and notes. A program designed to develop memory and recall, learning to take notes and minutes, as well as improving writing skills. Ideal for office employees, support staff and anyone who attends a meeting and is required to take minutes. The six segments…
Running and Chairing Meetings
How many meeting minutes are wasted due to ineffective or untrained Chairs? Destructive arguments, poor attendee behaviour, lack of summarising and bad structure are the most common complaints people have given us as the result of poor chairing skills. Our research has shown that we can waste one day a…
The Invisible Meeting
Part of the Series: Business Skills Collection
As travel costs rise and budgets shrink, conference calls are rapidly replacing face-to-face meetings. Unfortunately, many people have not yet learned the skills needed to make this type of meeting effective. We have all participated in ineffective conference calls, wasting everyone's time and energy. Often participants don't take a conference…
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Part of the Series: Recruitment & People Management
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Work Place Excellence: Innovation & Continuous Improvement
Inspire everyone to be creative, offer suggestions and make improvements:
  • Identify opportunities to improve
  • Develop new ideas
  • Ask your employees
  • Replicate others' success
  • Use think tanks
  • Focus on good ideas
  • Implement initiatives
  • Evaluate and learn
Work Place Excellence: Vision & Values
Be inspired to develop a powerful vision and values to motivate others:
  • Present a powerful vision with clear goals
  • Personalize your vision
  • Align people to changing vision
  • Develop meaningful values
  • Demonstrate values with actions
  • Build values into the culture
Work Place Excellence: Green & Giving
It's easy to make a difference at work and for the environment:
  • Implement green initiatives
  • Give back
  • Use targets to achieve results
  • Communicate and educate
  • Respond to crises
  • Commit to change
Work Place Excellence: Wellbeing & Balance
Healthy people with work-life balance will be happier and more productive:
  • Feel the benefits of exercise
  • Offer health initiatives and activities
  • Encourage staff to be active
  • Be proactive about safety
  • Implement policies for work-life balance
Work Place Excellence: Inspirational Leadership
Discover the behaviours, attitudes and strategies of outstanding leaders:
  • Lead by example
  • Project your passion
  • Drive your decisions
  • Empower your champions
  • Reach your goals
  • Give time and respect to your people