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Category Archives: Meetings
A Note on Meeting Facilitation, by Adam Scholl It is important that the facilitator control the meeting. This control comes in many forms: the flow of information, questions, and answers, the speed of discussion. If you do not control the … Continue reading
Meeting Etiquette – Round 2, by Adam Scholl I was the leader of a project that required face time with a vendor. The vendor came on site for a week for discussions on the needs of the product. A new … Continue reading
Telephone Etiquette – Common Sense Isn’t So Common, by Adam Scholl To this day I am still amazed by how often customer service reps, salespeople, and even high-level managers act unprofessionally on the phone. Remember to be professional at all … Continue reading
Meetings: Time is of the Essence, by Adam Scholl I started my career going to meetings without understanding and appreciating their importance; I grew to understand how meetings can waste resources within an organization. I once worked with a high-level … Continue reading