The mysteries of business meetings, thriving on jargon, and the most thankless job in the world are all top of mind this week, among other cautionary tales…
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2/18/2019 10:40:59 am
When I was a senior executive at two PR agencies, I would not accept a meeting invite unless the organizer had a SPECIFIC goal they wanted to accomplish by the meeting's end. If during the meeting the discussion began to deviate, I would remind the group why we were meeting and got the discussion back on track. And the meeting ha to have a hard stopping point. .
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