How to improve your remote team meetings

In this week's episode Vic O'Farrell and I examine improving remote team meetings, by understanding different personality types, so you keep your whole team engaged.

How to improve your remote team meetings

Activate Your Introvert. The weekly podcast for intropreneurs and leaders to improve business productivity, though better understanding introversion. Press play below. Approx. duration 15 minutes.

Categories: Meetings

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 online.

This week’s interview is with award winning personality profiler Vic O’Farrell, so we can examine the needs of your team’s personalities to improve your meetings.

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Activate Your Introvert

A weekly podcast for introverts and those who manage or lead introverts. Examining, by interviewing different subject experts, how to improve the performance of introverts in business. It's not just a show for introverts, it's also about managing introverts more effectively.

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