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Match’em like Lego?

Match'em Like Lego

If only it were as easy as Lego Blocks to just instantly know each team-member and match them up for tasks and projects!

Here are some steps for leaders:

1.Create a template where each team-member can pin-up their knowledge, skills and passion (something that they are really excited to pursue or develop in themselves).

2.Ask them to fill it and have a one-to-one discussion with them to understand more and fill in your remarks on the side.

3.Feel free to share this with everybody within the team so that they understand each other more.

4.Keep a (fun) periodic review of this and do refer to this in meetings or when assigning tasks/projects.

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Do they listen during meetings?

Do they listen during meetings

Through our surveys and experiences, we have learnt that poor meetings at work are a common-place. There are many factors that make a poor meeting so, and one of the highest rated factors is when ‘members are more interesting in talking than listening to understand.’

Some tips for Leaders to facilitate sound listening skills during meetings:

-Encourage reflection on each other’s point.

-Collectively highlight the positives of points instead of dismissing them on face-value.

-Write down the common vision and task on a board or slide where everybody can see and remind self about the end-goal & largely talk about that only.

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Musts of Meetings

Meetings at work have been considered as one of the biggest Productivity drains world-wide. There’s often lack of homework, engagement and proper follow-ups that happen.

Result: losses in time, efforts and spirits!

A meeting has to highlight the need for

Analysis of the Problem and Action to Solutions.

You may even want to think about Alternatives to Meetings. But here’s a quick to-do for hosting a meeting:

-Emphasize importance of homework

-Enable and Moderate a fluid thought-process

-Assign responsibilities & have an update-plan

-Build a Collaborative Climate

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