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Stay in the know with a daily huddle

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My first reaction to the daily huddle was, “What can we possible have to talk about everyday?” But what I came to learn was that the daily huddle can be the cornerstone of a team’s meeting rhythm and a system by which everyone is constantly vetting, in a very transparent manner, their tactical actions against the organization's goals, core values, brand promise and core purpose.

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Stay in the know with a daily huddle

  1. 1. Good ideas for busy managers Season 1, Episode 008: Daily Huddle
  2. 2. Agenda for today ■Who am I ■What is the show about ■Hollywood Presbyterian Ransomeware ■Internal Meeting Rhythm ■Announcements
  3. 3. Hollywood Presbyterian Ransome Ransomware attacks are not that new anymore New e-book from all covered: What your company needs to know about ransome: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7JlZ2bxN9QBZm4w OFFxenBGTEE
  4. 4. Chapter 5 | Flip the Pyramid ■Chapter 5 Flip the Pyramid ■Shared by Wellness Rebates ■Theme: Daily huddles same time
  5. 5. “Meeting rhythm is the communications backbone that keeps everyone connected and aligned with your Constitutional Framework. It is the system by which everyone is constantly vetting, in a very transparent manner, their tactical actions against your goals, core values, brand promise and core purpose.”
  6. 6. Essential Meeting Rhythms ■Essential Meeting Rhythms Wednesday August 3, 2011 Douglas Wick ■A pre-established meeting rhythm is a key step to establishing accountability in the organization http://strategicdiscipline.positioningsystems. com/bid/64075/Essential-Meeting-Rhythms
  7. 7. Essential Meeting Rhythms ■Daily Huddles (7-12 Mins) ■Weekly Huddles (60 - 90 Mins) ■Monthly (½ day - full day) ■Quarterly (full day or less) ■Annual (Two days)
  8. 8. Essential Meeting Rhythms ■My take aways 1. The huddle is a great place to start ● Good news ● Key numbers / goals / metrics ● Stuck 2. Huddles should follow a tight agenda and begin and end on time 3. Huddles should be at the same time every day 4. Can be in-person or remote ● If in-person, consider standing
  9. 9. Another great resource ■Mastering The Rockefeller Habits ■By Verne Harnish On Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Mastering- Rockefeller-Habits-Increase- Growing/dp/0978774957
  10. 10. Announcement New LinkedIn Group Called: Good Ideas for Busy Managers On LI Show notes From home page on www.jasonclause.com
  11. 11. Closing thoughts ■What to do next Visit www.jasonclause.com Join the group Sign up for email Rate show on iTunes ■Next time Ransomware / Security

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