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1. How to choose the right tool to communicate in the right situation
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You can find links to everything we share in the show notes by going to theproductivityshow.com/416.
- What is the first way to strengthen team communication? [7:16]
- What are some questions Marmel suggests asking yourself when sorting out systems of team communication? [10:09]
- What is Yammer? [11:16]
- What is tip no. 2 for successful team communication? [14:18]
- What are some questions you can ask yourself to determine which team communication tools are most effective? [20:45]
- What is a large change AE made organizationally to improve team communication? [24:58]
- What is tip number 3 to improve team communication? [26:11]
- What is Marmel’s advice for improving team communication in a remote world, or across an international team? [30:03]
- How does Brooks suggest dealing with team communication done the wrong way? [32:39]
- Action step you can take to integrate today’s topic into your life [34:52]
- Keyboard Tray
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- Mini UPS Battery Backup
- Asian Efficiency’s Communication Guidelines
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