Recording proper minutes is essential in the executive meeting or board meeting. Know how to listen, what's important, what to write, and what not to write during fast-paced executive-level discussions.
Poor data visualization leads to overly complicated charts that take too long to understand, stealing valuable time from your audiences. Worse, a careless approach to visualizing data can lead to misinterpretation of the messages you are trying to communicate.
Complaints of harassment and discrimination must be taken seriously, whether they lead to the loading dock or the CEO suite. High-profile cases involving politicians and media celebrities are a reminder that bad behavior can happen anywhere at anytime -- and that the truth is rarely clear.
The ability to write effectively truly sets you apart and can make you an invaluable team member or leader. Effective writing is more than a tool for business plans, reports and other long-form communications.
Team dysfunction cripples performance and produces poor outcomes that can spiral into a progressively worsening cycle of failure. The characteristics of dysfunction are well known yet leaders often seem helpless to correct them.
Telecommuting is a popular way to provide flexibility and convenience in the workplace. Workers love it. They can save drive time, reduce commuting expense and better manage life responsibilities including child care, elder care or disabilities.