It’s a good question, isn’t it?
We’ve all been to meetings where one person, or specific people, dominate the conversation.
These personalities railroad the conversation onto their topics, their points of view and, often to the detriment of everyone else.
In this video, Kellogg University management professor Leigh Thompson explains exactly what you can do to prevent this occurrence. In fact, she explains exactly what you are probably doing to allow this to happen.
It’s fascinating stuff. Also quite handy to know when you realise you’re in one of these types of conversations.
When brainstorming doesn’t work, try this technique instead
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