Productive Meetings

Let’s face it … we spend far too much time in meetings. Each day in the United States there are approximately 25 million meetings, which represents a collective 15 per cent of any organization’s time. Meetings are meant to be productive, aren’t they? Meetings are supposed to be an efficient way to share information, a … Continue reading Productive Meetings

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Cure for Work Overload

For whatever reason, lately I’ve been feeling overwhelmed by the amount of work I have sitting on my desk and on my computer. The volume is noticeably higher, the phone seems to be ringing more often, and I often feel like a chicken with its head cut off. I’m guessing I’m not alone, either. We … Continue reading Cure for Work Overload

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Do you judge others? What to do about it – Keeping ON TRACK with Rhonda – November 2017

Shopping Tips! It’s getting colder outside up north here which means it’s time to settle in for a long winter’s nap. When I settle in, I like to cuddle up with a good book, a cup of tea, a fireplace, and a blanket.   I enjoy reading. I like reading fiction (give me a Dan … Continue reading Do you judge others? What to do about it – Keeping ON TRACK with Rhonda – November 2017

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Are you a Judgmental Communicator

Are you a Judgmental Communicator? Bob: Rhonda, we need to have a conversation about next week’s meeting. Rhonda thinks: Yeah—you’re just trying to get me to do all the work, aren’t you? Rhonda says: Certainly. When works best for you? Rhonda thinks: Please say ‘never.’ Bob: How is Monday at 9 a.m.? Rhonda thinks: That … Continue reading Are you a Judgmental Communicator

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Are You Listening?

There are times when I’m a terrible listener. During conversations, I’ve been known to be distracted, judgmental, argumentative – or to partially ignore the person I’m chatting with. It isn’t that I don’t hear the person I’m speaking with, I certainly do. But it’s more that I’m not really listening to what they are saying. … Continue reading Are You Listening?

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