The Eyes Have It I’ve been taking a particular interest recently in how well we recognise people and still communicate when we’re wearing masks. I […]
The Quest is back. In July last year I began a Quest to visit every local government council meeting in the Perth metro area. The […]
Every meeting has a rhythm, a pace, sometimes called the cadence. Surprisingly, it’s not always the person running the meeting. But it should be. In […]
Designing an executive’s presentation is like designing a car. It needs to fit the style of the executive. It needs to fulfil its function. It […]
Some people justify their salary by having meetings. But are the meetings effective? Today I had an interesting meeting with a senior business person with […]
Charisma is that magnetic quality that some speakers may have in drawing an audience. It is that certain “something” that the audience may not be […]
In every workplace, on virtually any day, there will be one, six, ten, a hundred meetings and every one will be “led” by someone. Whether that person sees themselves as “chairing” the meeting or not, the other people do. And so every day throughout the world there are tens of thousands of people chairing meetings – it is perhaps the most common universal activity which occurs in workplaces in every part of the globe every working day.
You have an important presentation to make and you just don’t know what to wear. It’s a question that is as important for men as […]