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Take private notes when you lead meetings, rather than writing comments on a flip chart. The time it takes to transcribe what folks say can slow the proceedings and lead participants to quibble over what you write, what you leave off and your illegible scrawl. By simply propping a legal pad on a lectern and jotting notes, you’ll keep things moving free of distractions.
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