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The Insight Round Out

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Capture insights and perspectives from your team by doing a quick "Insight Round Out" before adjourning meetings. In addition to gaining new perspectives, you'll also be facilitating faster flow of information - boosting team productivity.

Capture insights and perspectives from your team by doing a quick "Insight Round Out" before adjourning meetings. In addition to gaining new perspectives, you'll also be facilitating faster flow of information - boosting team productivity.

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  1. 1. The Insight Round Out: Capture Fresh Points of View on the Fly Meetings cover a lot of ground, and each member draws their own conclusions. Before adjourning, capture the value of those insights by asking each person to share what they took away from the discussion. You’ll find that in addition to new perspectives, you’ll see employees connecting and moving items forward of their own accord. We invited attendees of our most recent webinar to share the insights they garnered from the discussion, so you can see an Insight Round Out in action! Richard Sanders: Key takeaway; if you recruit the right people, share the big picture and trust them, they will want to give their best Andrew Gordo: The morning and daily wrap structure and content. We have morning and afternoon comms using Teams but they’re not very structured and not enough work related content. Some personal stuff is OK but ours is 100% personal. I don’t care what people had for dinner the night before! Mike Ogilvie: We have a zoom team catch up every Friday morning and now I think we will ask our team every Friday if they can think of any new ideas about how we can better achieve our purpose Lee Flint: I found your meeting structure/timings insightful and has given me some ideas to reflect on and take away. Jo Derviller: It has made me realise that we are not having enough group communications or connections, which is causing a negative effect on the team. So I have taken from today that communication and connectivity is key to building and realigning the business. Mandy Jackson: Productivity = connectivity x engagement (connectivity = regular communication + shared purpose + clear role responsibilities; engagement = focus + motivation + initiative) Peter Abrahamsen: The importance of updating job roles, responsibilities and accountabilities Mike Butler: How neatly the EM methodology of being outcome oriented fits so nicely into other well accepted methodologies such as Total Quality management, lean and continuous improvement. Kimberley Mason: Be visible Ella Betlej: Revisit purpose. Charles McClelland: The importance of clarity when defining roles and responsibilities. Dawn Hillman: The thinking that leaders need to be seen as human (to break down the them and us) Lisa Tucker: Didn’t realise there was software out there that was monitoring hours worked by their employees - Big Brother! No trust there then. Caroline Tovey: Structured and focused energiser meetings for homeworkers. Definition of roles and responsibilities was an issue that COVID only highlighted. Still working on it. Mike Butler: Common sense is not always common practice! Bill Nelson: Adopting Quarterly Themes www.engagementmultiplier.com

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