Aside from very informal, quick discussions, taking notes in meetings is essential. It’s important to capture not only the discussion but also the key decisions and action items generated during the meeting.
Everybody is using Zoom and other remote meeting apps these days as employees, managers, customers, clients, and others are dispersed across multiple locations—some still in the workplace and some not. But while these apps have definitely offered some benefit and opportunity to make connections during the pandemic, Zoom fatigue is certainly setting in.
Q. What is the best way to identify effective mentors, and how do you know who will be right for the job?
With a tight job market, many employers are finding it more and more difficult to hire top talent. There are fewer job applicants for the average vacancy. There’s a greater likelihood that the ideal candidate will have multiple offers to choose from.
Imagine that you’re a hiring representative for your employer (in this case, a Burger King restaurant), and you’ve just discovered how to use MySpace. You decide to check the profiles of the employees who work the midnight shift. While perusing one employee’s profile, you notice a link to a video. As you click on it, […]