Meeting Management

Let’s start 2020 off with a bang by giving you some useful advice to help you better plan your executive’s travel.

The rules of the meeting icebreaker

January 2, 2020 Categorized in: Meetings

Next to brainstorming and teambuilding, it may be the most dreaded compound word in a professional setting. But provided they can be kept from being too stressful or aggressive or lengthy or hokey, they really do work for helping people get to know each other.

Sound smarter in meetings

November 20, 2019 Categorized in: Meetings

Take advantage of all that time you spend in meetings. Follow this advice to impress your boss, co-workers and even the CEO during his or her occasional drop-in.

Great icebreaker: Defend your side

October 10, 2019 Categorized in: Meetings

Toss out an innocuous question and have everyone physically divide into sides.

Isn’t there an app for that?

October 4, 2019 Categorized in: Managing the BossMeetings

Effective calendar management simply cannot be handled by a robot, an application or a piece of software. It takes brain power, empathy and deep understanding.
Whether your company has a committee dedicated to safety concerns, or if you just have a monthly check-in before the doors open, there are ways to use this time more effectively.

Apps for road warriors

January 7, 2019 Categorized in: Travel

Here are 3 must-have travel apps.

Want your meeting to start on time?

January 3, 2019 Categorized in: Meetings

If certain people tend to arrive late for meetings, suggest these cures to your boss.

Hold that meeting somewhere different

November 1, 2018 Categorized in: Meetings

Whether you are working on a project, have meetings, lunches, or new clients visiting, offices are sometimes the perfect setting. However, they can also get old and boring after a while. A change of scenery could really do some good!

Use OneNote for meeting action items

October 1, 2018 Categorized in: Meetings

Using tags and date stamps, you can track the progress of others’ assignments in shared notebooks.
No minute-taking training is complete without some “Gotcha!” warnings. Do you ever make theses mistakse?
You feel you’ve almost got minute-taking down, but there’s still that tiny flutter of apprehension going into a meeting. See if our Q&A soothes your mind.

When flights are missed, canceled or delayed

February 5, 2018 Categorized in: Travel

If you ever have to get your boss to an important destination in the face of missed flights, Heather Wilde, writing at Inc., offers these tips.