Author: Patrick Lencioni
Editor’s note: This classic remains a must-read for leaders hoping to make their team’s communication more efficient.
“Meetings are boring because they lack drama. Or conflict. This is a shame because most meetings have plenty of potential for drama, which is essential for keeping human beings engaged. Unfortunately, rather than mining for that golden conflict, most leaders of meetings seem to be focused on avoiding tension and ending their meetings on time. And while these may seem noble pursuits, they lie at the heart of bad meetings.” Read more
It will teach you great insights on the importance of productive communication in your organization.
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