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Category: Meetings
Meetings are a key part of business life, whether there are 1 million, or only 1 person in the business. Introverts can play a major role in making business meetings work. However meetings are often poorly run and “stacked” in favour of extroverts. This category is about how a more balance approach can help improve the effectiveness of meetings.
How to improve your remote team meetings (podcast)

How to improve your remote team meetings (podcast)

Remote team meetings are an increasing part of business life, but during (and after) the Corona virus pandemic there’s more need for them. It’s hard to get introverts to contribute and extroverts to keep quiet when you’re face to face, let alone...
How to improve your remote team meetings (podcast)

22 tips to improve your remote team meetings

Here’s 22 tips to improve your remote team meetings during the Corona virus epidemic, so you keep your team (introverts, extroverts & ambiverts) engaged. Let’s be honest introverts and extroverts often don’t enjoy team meetings, but add the impact of...
Keeping the team together in remote team meetings

Keeping the team together in remote team meetings

We are living through difficult times at the moment, with ‘lockdown’ and home working. One result is that many teams risk becoming (more) dysfunctional, losing productivity and profit. Some firms are having regular, remote online, team meetings to...
Missing a third of your audience? (podcast)

Missing a third of your audience? (podcast)

Meetings and training sessions are often unproductive, because the person running them doesn’t engage a third of the audience. This week’s podcast includes an interview with international development expert Susan Armstrong, who talks about how trainers and...
What’s the problem with meetings?

What’s the problem with meetings?

Ask a businessperson to come to a meeting and the likely response is, at the very least, a sinking feeling in the stomach. What’s your immediate reaction? What would make you feel worse, and what would make it feel less like you’re about to waste a few hours...

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