Week In Review

Aug 17, 2018 | Week In Review

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Fast Company Wrote About an Open Office Environment

“Open plan offices can work when you treat your office like a library instead of a chaotic kitchen of work, he says. Basecamp employees keep their voices down.”

The Secret to Getting Work Done in an Open Office

Inc Write a Few Meeting Tips Including Being Philanthropic and That We Should Listen Twice as Much as We Talk

“After the meeting, you shouldn’t be making a list of who is “supposed to” do what, and following up to nag them. If you have communicated your philanthropic spirit effectively, people will want to follow up with you, and you with them, and much less will fall through the cracks.”

How to Hold Meetings That Nobody Will Complain About

According to an Article in Entrepreneur, Your Relationship With Your Employees Translates to Their Relationship With Your Customers

“Your relationship with your employees translates to their relationship with your customers. Providing a conducive work environment filled with trust and security for your employees will translate to commitment, dedication and loyalty on their part. A healthy relationship is not bought, but earned. “

This Is How Good Leaders Build Trust With Their Teams Every Time They Communicate

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