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Save time in meetings

by on February 1, 2001 10:00am
in Office Management

Most employees hate meetings. Don’t make matters worse by wasting their time.
You want to approach a co-worker you argued with.
The staff meeting’s finally breaking up and you’re eager to dart away. Not so fast.
Just because you make an embarrassing blunder, that doesn’t mean you’re in the doghouse. How you respond will help determine whether you’re viewed as executive material.
Capitalize on meetings with top officials by choosing your comments carefully.
Your career can stall if you let jealousy or resentment interfere with your pursuit of excellence.
Just because you hate negotiating doesn’t mean you have to show it.