Finance an important role not only in the business itself but also in the economy, it is the driving force behind the development of each country where it takes place the production of business: Investment, consumption and distribution, including the dates of capital transfer is always associated with the movement of materials and goods.
To grasp the financial situation of your business as well as the financial situation of the object of interest, the duties of chief financial officer (CFO) is very important. In addition, it is also the responsibility of the whole team, by external analysis of the financial situation, evaluate the potential, business performance and forecast risks in the future and the prospects of the business, ... then only CFO can not assume all. So, to be able to "lead" others as well as solving the problem is and will happen, in the meeting, the discussions each member is very important. But now, in the business are doing well this stage or just sit and listen to silence.
David J. Pollay (is author The 3 Promises: Find Joy Every Day. Do What You Love. Make a Difference) shared on Forbes these tips not only help CFO but also help who is the leader or senior management can "lead" the meeting so that effective and essential strategies for can aim to collect about the strategies , the vision for the business.
Ask your meeting participants to share one positive thing that happened to them recently or since the last time you met. It can be personal or professional. It can be something they’re excited about, proud of, or interested in. Tell them they have thirty – sixty seconds to give their update. Then go around the room sharing positive updates. Encourage quick reactions from the group, but save the extended responses for after the meeting.
Here are 7 other reasons why this approach is powerful:
1. You are focusing your team members’ attention. You are engaging them with your request to share.
2. You are reminding them to keep track of what’s going well in their lives, not just what’s wrong.
3. You are helping them access their positive emotions. When they recall something good that happened in their lives, they are likely to feel joy, pride, excitement, gratitude, enthusiasm, encouragement, or optimism.
4. You are learning about your team members. You are opening a window into what matters to them and what makes them unique. What brings them joy? What makes them happy? When do they succeed? The most important source of happiness today may be the person sitting next to you.
5. You get insight into what they like to do and what they’re good at doing. You can look for more opportunities for them to do what they do well.
6. You’ll know how to better recognize your people. You’ll find out what matters to them in their short updates. You’ll know how to better tailor your gratitude to what they care about.