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Four Tips to Effective Meetings Part III

Priya Parker, author of “The Art of Gathering,” shared in a Wall Street Journal article four tips on conducting effective meetings. The third tip is “Issue Pop-Up rules.” Ms. Parker recommends that using creative or amusing rules can force compliance while allowing the group to have fun. Ms. Parker was leading a meeting that kept being disrupted by executives returning [...]

2018-05-31T15:34:51+00:00 June 20th, 2018|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Four Tips to Effective Meetings Part III

Four Tips to Effective Meetings Part II

Priya Parker, author of “The Art of Gathering,” shared in a Wall Street Journal article four tips on conducting effective meetings. The second tip is “Let everyone see and be seen.” As an introvert, it’s easy for me to avoid sharing my thoughts in a meeting. By creating an opportunity for everyone to be identified and to share briefly, you [...]

2018-05-31T15:30:22+00:00 June 19th, 2018|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Four Tips to Effective Meetings Part II

Four Tips to Effective Meetings Part I

Priya Parker, author of “The Art of Gathering,” shared in a Wall Street Journal article four tips on conducting effective meetings. Let’s explore these tips this week. The first tip is to “Set the Stage.” Ms Parker recommends that giving forethought to a meeting can change the culture of your gatherings. Sometimes it can be as simple as jazzing up [...]

2018-05-31T15:25:36+00:00 June 18th, 2018|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Four Tips to Effective Meetings Part I

Stewarding the Tree

David Green, founder of Hobby Lobby, desired to maintain his commitment to be a steward of his business, rather than an owner. David says, the business is like a tree that bears fruit. If you believe you own the tree, you may decide to break-off the branches to give to your heirs after your death. Family feuds can then destroy [...]

2018-05-31T14:52:33+00:00 June 14th, 2018|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Stewarding the Tree

Overworked

When I started in public accounting, my boss informed me that during tax season it was mandatory that I work 55 hours a week. But, if I worked less than 70 hours others would view me as a slacker! During those 70 hour weeks, I remember many Mondays spending hours cleaning up the mistakes I made on Sunday. In a [...]

2018-05-31T14:41:15+00:00 June 13th, 2018|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Overworked

An Unconventional Banker

Dan Cable, author of Alive at Work, shares in a Harvard Business Review article about a consumer banker in China named Jungkio. Jungkio’s predecessors had regularly scheduled times at each branch to pressure staff to cut costs, causing the staff great anxiety. Jungkio eliminated the meetings and instead began arriving at branches unannounced. He started by serving the staff breakfast. [...]

2018-05-31T13:59:03+00:00 June 12th, 2018|Tags: , , |Comments Off on An Unconventional Banker

Artificial Intelligence Ethics

After years of research, Google recently released the “Duplex” feature of their Google Assistant. This new product has caused many journalists to express ethical concerns. The video of Google’s initial demonstration revealed how Duplex can call businesses with a human sounding voice and schedule appointments. Duplex deceived people by not disclosing it was a robot. The future of artificial intelligence [...]

2018-05-31T13:11:32+00:00 June 11th, 2018|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Artificial Intelligence Ethics

In You

Do you think if you could become great like the apostle Paul, you’d have it made? Think again. Paul was a loving, godly man who devoted his life connecting everyone with Jesus. Yet, when Paul appeared in court, none of his friends came to support him. 2 Timothy 4 says, “Demas has deserted me… Alexander the coppersmith did me much [...]

2018-05-31T12:43:17+00:00 June 8th, 2018|Tags: , , |Comments Off on In You

Wisdom, Knowledge, and Understanding Part IV

This week we’re exploring the differences between wisdom, knowledge, and understanding. Wisdom results from the knowledge and understanding we gain over the years. When we’ve made enough mistakes, the knowledge gained enables us to have wisdom. Wisdom is applied strategically, while knowledge is more tactical. My first business began when business loans were at 21% interest. The painful lessons I [...]

2018-05-31T11:37:32+00:00 June 7th, 2018|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Wisdom, Knowledge, and Understanding Part IV

Wisdom, Knowledge, and Understanding Part III

This week we’re exploring the differences between wisdom, knowledge, and understanding. Knowledge comes from God, through the experiences and skills He allows us to confront in life, provided we’re humble enough to learn. As a young loan officer my first Small Business Administration loan was a disaster. SBA loans require lots of attention to detail and dozens of documentation challenges. [...]

2018-05-31T11:23:18+00:00 June 6th, 2018|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Wisdom, Knowledge, and Understanding Part III

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