Linked: Brain Research Confirms Stupidity Of Back-to-Back Meetings
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Linked: Brain Research Confirms Stupidity Of Back-to-Back Meetings

The research just proves that we already know from first-hand experience, right? We’ve all been in back-to-back meetings, leaving one Microsoft Teams or Zoom call just to click the link to another, and it’s obvious which team members have done that and aren’t mentally prepared for the current meeting.

We all know it. We all schedule our meeting to end at 25 or 55 past the hour so that we don’t make people do that, and then we still run to the top or bottom of the hour anyway. Sometimes even over.

Proving, once again, that we suck at meetings. And yes, I include myself in that.

Shared Links (weekly) July 18, 2021

Shared Links (weekly) July 18, 2021

Do You Have Work Boundaries?

Do You Have Work Boundaries?

t’s also about being respected enough to allow our work to actually fit into the rest of our lives, as opposed to having it interfere with the rest of our lives. Human beings have boundaries between their work and the rest of their lives. Numbers on a financial sheet are generally not provided that level of respect and concern. Which one would best describe the people who work for you in the culture you have created?

You might be very surprised to learn that it’s not what you thought it was from your view in the C-Suite.

Shared Links (weekly) July 11, 2021

Shared Links (weekly) July 11, 2021