5/10/2010

Meetings can be more productive if participants aren't allowed to do anything but just listen -- and that means banning such things as checking e-mail or reading the newspaper, Boland T. Jones writes. "[T]he single act of listening can be more powerful and productive as it helps encourage people to talk back during a meeting and really dig into an issue or initiative," he writes.

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