On location at the National Geographic Society in Washington DC, Craig explains five key ingredients for an effective meeting: manage electronic devices, be on time, make sure the meeting is necessary, have an agenda, and have ground rules.
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August 14th, 2018 by Craig Freshley
In principle, to amend is to change. To make amends is an action, not just a thought or a statement. When we have done someone wrong we might apologize. Indeed, “I’m sorry” can be very helpful. At the very least it acknowledges wrong doing. More than apologies, amends go further in strengthening relationships and building …read more
Best solutions begin with self
August 7th, 2018 by Craig Freshley
In principle, when things are not right, a natural instinct is to want someone else to do something different or to want a policy to be different, but rarely are these the best solutions. It is easy to think my problem would be solved if only you would change. It is easy to think that …read more