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Virtual meetings have taken over and some people are so annoyed with them. They are necessary, but we’ve become meetinged out! We are tired of yet another Zoom meeting! Do you want to bring the love back to virtual meetings? Check out the 3 virtual meeting no no’s and the accompanying fixes to bring the joy back into connecting with your team!
You will learn what to do about these 3 no no’s The No No: Use Zoom as a meeting tool - but it can be so much more than that! The fix:The tip is to use Zoom as a multifunction room
The No No:Keeping your video off The fix:Keep your video on for better communication and building relationships.
The No No:Treating the entire time on Zoom as meeting time The fix:Hold space before and after the scheduled meeting for conversation, connection and questions. There is also a bonus tip at the end of the episode :-)
LINKS: ABOUT ME: Hi, I am Leadership Development Coach Kathy Archer. I help women leaders ditch survival mode and enjoy impactful leadership! You do that when you:
Learning to Thrive in Leadership
Women leaders spend too much time in survival mode as they run their non-profit. That’s not helping you be a confident and composed leader.
Ditch survival mode and thrive so you can lead with strength and impact.
If you just stop and think for a moment about all of that that you, YOU the leader are carrying!
That you are shouldering the burden of not just your workload, but everybody's workload.
The priorities! Not just your priorities, but the organizational and everybody else’s priorities.
That it's you that are responsible for the pace of your team.
That not only do you have to take care of yourself, but you also have to take care of the people on your team.
When you think about the magnitude of all of that, that you are carrying. There is no way that you are going to be able to do that when you're burnt out!! At least not well! Not to the degree that you are capable of.
You are not going to reach your potential as a leader.
Nor are you and your team and your organization going to reach the potential that you and your organization and team could be reaching if you managed all of that.