How to Never Sit in a Boring Meeting Again
Have you ever found yourself sitting in a meeting where the most productive task you accomplished during it was surreptitiously commenting on some Facebook photos from the weekend? Meetings like these seem like a total drag, but hey, they’re a necessary part of the workforce—right?
Wrong. It turns out that many of these gatherings are, in fact, useless. Even worse, they could be costing your company huge amounts of money in the process and stunting the efficiency and management of your team.
In his SlideShare, Brady Gilchrist lays out why holding more meetings actually downgrades creativity and productivity, as well as how your team can escape “meeting hell.”
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