Why some people excel in meetings

04/10/2013 | NoExcusesHR blog

Meetings offer an advantage to people who can think on their feet and who are eager to jump into conversations, Jay Kuhns writes. People who require time to process their ideas before speaking are in danger of not being heard. "The truth is that our world of non-stop meetings favors real time thinkers," he writes.

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