Why complain that meetings waste time?
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Even if you agree with Tom Hansen that Most Meetings Suck,
it doesn’t have to be that way. In 26 slides here you will find as many tips to engage meaningful meetings where past deliveries become vibrant insights and useable takeaways.
This guide accompanies a free video
on how to meet with brains more in mind, at http://www.brainleadersandlearners.com/2-footed-question/run-from-meetings/
Display these 26 slides to speak and feel heard.
You will find tips to include social media and extend discussions. You will gain survey ideas to improve meetings. You’ll discover brain facts that re-vitalize gatherings, and spot game-changing benefits missing in most meetings. Use these slides to remedy meetings from facts about retention at only 5% of what’s heard, to benefits that empower diverse faculty to speak more and feel heard.
Why not expect your next meeting to rock!
Raise enthusiasm for new ideas, and opening new possibilities by taming the brain’s amygdala to dissuade bullies and reward brainiacs.
This mindful meeting kit shows how not to merely deliver data,
and illustrates how to spark clever actions. More importantly it takes you beyond death by PowerPoints that short circuit brainpower to meetings that use whole brain actions to discover Where to from here…?
Find doable suggestions here to prioritize five top meeting criteria, and to launch learning revolutions through peak performances at your meeting.
How will these materials support your move from wasted time, into new neuro discoveries with finer learning and leading in your next class.
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will benefit your learners and leaders as they do mine at middle, secondary, university levels and beyond.
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