One of the most effective ways to deal with anxiety during work meetings is ensuring you're well-prepared.
When you’re separated by a few-hour car ride, social plans aren’t easy. Here are a few tips that keep our distributed team connected.
In a recent retrospective, our development and design team unanimously flagged too many meetings as the top thing to fix. Sound familiar?
I love demoing new tools, but I'm selective about which ones I incorporate into my daily workflows. These are my favorite apps used in 2022.
I recently hosted an in-person workshop, and it kicked my butt! Here are my tips for those transitioning from virtual meetings back to in-person workshops.
Standup is a straightforward scrum practice. But what happens to team dynamics when standup isn’t held at the beginning of the day?
I’ve learned that the best time to start a meeting agenda is when I am scheduling the event. For this, I use Google Keep through my calendar.
Organizations need to consider what practices from a remote-first approach will be necessary for a return to in-person work or a long-term hybrid model.
Keep people engaged, avoid awkward pauses, and make your remote meetings more conversational by asking these six questions.
A good ice breaker should bring people together. Try these non-traditional icebreakers for remote workshops (or meetings of any size).
Strategic decision making is challenging. The possibilities-based approach uses science to remove the guesswork from the process.
Meeting segues help people zoom out, feel positive, strengthen their connection, and become mentally prepared for the meeting. Here are 5 ideas you can try.