We’ve all seen this in our meetings. Some people will begin speaking and keep talking until something valuable comes out of their mouth; they engage their minds with their mouths open. Then there are others who remain silent until they have something meaningful to contribute; the consequence is often times those perspectives never hit the table because the conversation has moved ahead too quickly.
This week’s question:
How will you design and conduct your meetings to maximize the contributions of all of your team members … even the thinkers and/or the introverts? What will you do to ensure no good perspective is left unconsidered?