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Making meetings happen better

How do you help people make a decision faster in a meeting?

This summary of some MIT research into meeting behaviours suggests that when people start asking for detailed information there is a decision in progress… and then when they begin their sentences with “yeah” it’s being made.

I’d be curious to know if you can create a decision by asking for details, and beginning sentences with “yeah”…

And if you did, would that speed things up a little?

Let’s go try it out!  

And then put your mind to this concept, that emails are micro-meetings. Are you as clear on your outcomes with email as you are in meetings (or not?)

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