As someone who barely has enough charisma to get through the day with dignity, leading a meeting can seem like a pretty daunting task. But it's something most of us have to deal with at one point or another, and whether you get out of it alive goes far beyond preparedness. According to MIT lecturer and author Bob Pozen, emails and meetings are the most severe productivity killers in the workplace. This shouldn’t come as a surprise when you think back on all those meetings that dragged on too long and had no takeaways whatsoever. Read on to see how you can make these dreaded meetings a thing of the past, increase the productivity of your team, and be on your way to having Obama-level charisma (results may vary on this one).
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Any good business environment requires healthy open communication. So why is communication so important in improving work relationships? In a professional setting, relationships with colleagues, clients, key stakeholders, and business partners are vital to success, and these relationships, like any, are built on mutual trust, respect and open communication. In addition, fostering an open-door policy in your business environment is a great way to boost productivity, increase collaboration, company morale, diversity and inclusion for your employees. Read on to find out the best five strategies for enhancing communication in the workspace.
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