The path to more powerful meetings is a clear and straightforward one: choose one aspect to focus on and then put it into practice for two weeks until it becomes habit, and a part of your day-to-day routine. Then pick another idea and be intentional about that for the next two weeks. Then another…and so on.
Monthly Archives: July 2017
For organizational leaders, there are two main types of power: positional and personal. Positional power comes from titles: chief executive officer, vice president, director, or manager. Those with personal power may or may not have titles, but their charisma, relationships, and influence draw others to them. While some people have one or the other, the leaders who make the biggest impact have a blend of both.