12 Questions to Lead to a Good Meeting

How Do You Plan A Good Meeting?

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Meetings can suck. They can eat your time. They can be about ego or manipulation rather than collective learning or decision-making. They can be political tools rather than cooperative ones. They can be filled with situations that can’t be addressed or mentioned. They might be unnecessary. They don’t have to be any of those things.

Writer, Lifelong Learner, Non-Neurotypical, Roaman, and Consensus-Focused Group Decision-Making Process Facilitator.

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Scott Fry

Scott Fry

Writer, Lifelong Learner, Non-Neurotypical, Roaman, and Consensus-Focused Group Decision-Making Process Facilitator.

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