Scales encourage participants to engage, reflect, and respond. When people respond, you know they are connecting to what you are saying. When participants reflect, they are reinforcing what they have learned. When they engage, they have an opportunity to express themselves – and everybody needs to be seen and heard.
Hybrid today refers to two options for engagement, but what about thinking more inclusively? Consider all of the ways your people could connect for training, meetings, and collaboration. When we put the participant at the center of the equation, we realize that accessibility takes a bigger role.
One of the most important skills we practice as leaders is our listening skills. People with strong listening ability are more likely to understand tasks and projects, build strong relationships with employees and co-workers, and are able to better solve problems and resolve conflicts.
These past two years in pandemic mode have fundamentally changed the way people work. The results of remote work have been mostly positive, but there are some challenges too. One of the biggest challenges is the isolation many remote workers feel, but there are some options. Have you thought of coworking?
Every gathering should start with a check-in! Why not start with a bouquet of flowers?
The other day I received a “save the date” in the mail inviting me to a Vow Renewal Ceremony. How cool is that? A lovely couple we know will be bringing friends and family together this summer in the place they were married 35 years ago. They want to share and...