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As a leader, it’s up to you to put an end to “checking-the-box” and counter the destructive message these tasks send.
Next time you’re tempted to make a speech at your foremen’s meeting, ask them a question first. Here twenty-five questions to get your front-line leaders thinking.
No one has greater influence over daily performance than front-line leaders. So why do most organizations have such lousy foremen’s meetings? Here are five steps to make your foremen’s meeting matter.
Twenty questions you can ask to get people thinking and talking about how to make our daily start-of-shift meetings matter.
It’s up to foremen to ensure their crews start the day right. Unfortunately, most start-of-shift meetings are dull and disengaging. You can do better. With a little effort, you can set your team up for success as they start their day.
Are you getting good value for the time and money your folks’ spend in daily start-of-shift meetings? Here are four easy steps you can follow to ensure your teams are having meetings that matter each day.
If you want people to feel engaged, make your regular meetings engaging!
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