The million-dollar question is – how do we, as leaders, invite our teams to willingly step outside their comfort zones to try new things, develop their skills, and grow?
My simple answer, my most potent ‘weapon’ to meet this challenge, is to have fun.
But, in the words of Dr Seuss – “It’s fun to have fun, but you have to know how.”
If you’d like to learn how to enrich your meetings with more fun and engagements, then I invite you to listen to a recent interview I was a part of with Lucid Meetings, hosted by Elise Keith.
If you’re keen to learn more, then take a look at a wide range of video tutorials featured in our Facilitator Tips video series.
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