|Volume: II Number: 10||Productive Learning Systems, Altanta, GA||October, 2003|
Thanks for all the positive feedback from last month’s issue, although it came mostly from our old readers. Please notice at your request, we have now included a “forward to a friend” feature which allows you to easily send on the continuing-ed Newsletter and share our learning community. Please notice that they have the choice to subscribe or not. No collection of e-mail addresses is done on the way.
A celebration is also in store for all current and new clients of Productive Learning Systems, Inc. This is our 10th year in practice! We want you to help us celebrate!
All Current and New Clients Ask For Our “10 in 10 Special!”
Book Now! We’ll give you 10 % off all new business through October 2004!
We’d also like give you some tips for navigating the new site:
Take the poll: this week – meeting time!
Post your own tip or article: easy online submission form.
Pose a question or response: in topically arranged forums.
We invite you to participate in the site. Our vision for it is to offer a forum of exchange amongst those who are thoughtfully developing themselves as they practice and grow in their lives personally and professionally.
“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore, all progress depends on the unreasonable man.” –George Bernard Shaw Maxims for Revolutionists
I remember the first time I was offered this wonderful energizing experience. My friend asked me how I was feeling. I thought, “I’m ok.” But after 15 minutes I felt the cloud of the day peel away from me. Of course, I inquired. The rest is history.
I’ve been surveying a lot of managers lately and asking if they understand that part of their job as managers is monitoring (one of the basic 4 functions of all management)? “Sure,” they say. Then I ask, how well the meetings they run and attend are? How well are they perceived? At this point there are multiple expressions of panic, doubt and anxiety. Here’s a way out if you spend a lot of time in meetings.
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