Author Archives: Rod Murphy
A planning team must be willing to accept that most of the work they do will not be particularly obvious.
Checklist Zone – when you want to get a job done, and you are not particularly concerned about quality. Green Zone – A good return on investment. Where is your “OK point”? Zone of small incremental improvements – Be careful … Continue reading
Effective communication requires eye contact (or the perception of eye contact). This is a challenge during a video-conference because cameras on computers are usually above the screen, not in the middle. Most users look at the face on the screen, … Continue reading
When interacting with people, face-to-face to communication should always be first choice..it’s in our DNA! F2FF
“I don’t understand! I Googled the question, copied and pasted the information from the first link and didn’t get an A…”
Show someone you care about what they are saying – take off your headphones and look them in the eyes!