Checking In with Members

Checking In as a Management Strategy

Checking In as a Management Strategy Building a Positive Environment for Committee Member Engagement Working with committees (also called consensus bodies) to develop standards can be difficult. Members may be
The five levels of consensus

What Does it Mean to Build Consensus?

What Does it Mean to Build Consensus? By Karen Reczek, Social Scientist within the Standards Coordination Office (SCO) at the National Institute of Standards & Technology In standards developing, one of
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The Role of a Parliamentarian

The Role of a Parliamentarian Parliamentarians have been credited with assisting the standardization community and standards developing and setting organizations in particular in addressing difficult questions and applying their policies
Delegation is a core proficiency of leaders.

Delegating at work

Delegating at Work How to Delegate Effectively Delegation is considered a core proficiency of leaders because it’s so difficult to do. Most people think that there are certain tasks that
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Top Five Schedule Management Tips

Top Five Schedule Management Tips Don’t Miss That Next Meeting: Learn the Skills to Manage Your Schedule Virtual meetings have made it possible attend meetings being held around the world.
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Communication During Conflict

Communication During Conflict How to be Heard in the Heat of the Moment Conflict in a committee or consensus body is not unexpected or uncommon. The members of the committee