How often have we watched people from the same organization, talk to each other in the same language and still take different meanings from the conversation? Here’s a gentle reminder that what you say isn’t always what people understand.
It’s meeting time – here’s why it matters.
Is your executive meeting the best meeting in the company? If it is not, do not rest until you have a plan in place to make it the “gold standard meeting”, one that sets an example for every meeting in your organization.
Introduce a “But Bucket” for Better Results
A “But Bucket” is a learning anchor, used during meetings to help people see how frequently, yet often unconsciously, they used the word “but” during business conversations. What you will see is how often people use “but” and don’t even know it.
Build a company that improves every day
How do you build a company that improves every day? One meeting at a time.