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Knowledge, Leadership, Management
Knowledge, Leadership, Management

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The following model reflects 5 simple steps that will increase the probability of success to ensure people are successful in accomplishing/satisfying their commitments. Check it out in The KLM Group's Tip of the Week - Accountability Series Part 3: http://bit.ly/2pFWaPI.
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Accountability is important, yet very difficult. Hopefully, if you identify the value, you would be more willing to invest the effort required to make this ‘tool’ / practice a viable success factor within your organization. Keep reading more about the importance and difficulty behind accountability in the second segment of Accountability For Your Behavior: http://bit.ly/2Oww93s.
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The KLM Group attended the Galveston, TX Rotary Group. Bobby Smith brought Michael Marshall as a guest where they connected with Ray Pinard. Many years ago, the three of them served as volunteers for the RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Award) program. This program was aimed at developing 11th-grade students around leadership, teamwork, and how to be a greater positive influence in their communities.
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Accountability. The meaning seems to vary significantly. People’s interpretation of its meaning and related expectations usually results in a wide range of disparity. In the first segment of The KLM Group's 4 week series on Accountability For Your Behavior, learn how to build and improve both your personal and employee ownership of commitments which improve relationships and achieve results: http://bit.ly/2pqvTF6.
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“No one ever hurt their eyes by looking at the bright side of things.” - Author Unknown
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While facilitating, we face many problems. Not being able to write something down or document action items as they surface. Trying to keep momentum in the group. Or maybe even losing an idea completely. How do we avoid these problems?
From ‘The Art of Facilitation…How to Effectively Facilitate a Learning Event That Drives Results', check out The KLM Group's Tip of the Week Facilitative Tool #20: http://bit.ly/2pcH9Vn.
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Michael Marshall from The KLM Group had a great time speaking on Accountability for Behavior at Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce's Coffee Talk. Among the speakers were Tanner Collins from BizWorks Center, Michael Metzger from Murphy Business Solutions, and Wendy Dickenson from Ascend to Sell.
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At times, people are intrigued, passionate, anxious, frustrated, curious, excited, etc. about a particular topic. These emotions can spark a lot of ideas that people need to ‘share’ with the others in the room – sometimes, in excess. In this week's Tip of the Week from The KLM Group, learn what to do when a group discussion continues too long: http://bit.ly/2oOr8ot.
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Michael Marshall, with The KLM Group, met with Janet Fox, at Thunderbolt Indoor \ Karting, to familiarize himself with their facilities for an upcoming PDC Coffee Talk event. Michael likes to make sure his equipment can link with theirs in advance of a session. Janet and her team do an amazing job supporting Chesterfield Chamber events and activities. They really are an exceptional team. We love working with them.
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Michael Marshall, with The KLM Group, met with Robert Grossman, with Black Diamond Leadership, Kent Hutchison, with the CJ Baxter Group, and Steve Wilson, with Steve Wilson Associates. We met with Robert to share his experience and recommendations on the use of webinars to support our business and revenue growth. He provided great tips on equipment and media which support production of webinars. Thank you Robert.
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