Tips for making your meetings worthwhile

01/21/2013 | EblinGroup.com/Next Level Blog

Some executives start meetings not by lecturing to their team but by asking direct reports to check in, share information and raise issues, Scott Eblin writes. Your team should be able to follow these three steps: give information others need to know, request the information they need and share what's happening with their projects and tasks.

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