Four tips to stop your meetings being hijacked…
We’ve all experienced meetings where, despite our best efforts, we have found the meeting hijacked. For example, where someone is persistently interrupting or dominating the conversation, where someone continually goes off an unrelated tangent and side-tracks the conversation, where they go into extensive and unnecessary detail, or where someone tries to hijack the meeting for their own personal agenda.
So how do you refocus the meeting and get it back on point?
The first thing to do is to take control of your emotions. When we feel a meeting is being interrupted or ‘hijacked’, whether deliberately or not, it is natural to feel upset. To deal with the situation effectively you need to quash your frustration.
Please click here to read the full article on the four techniques to use.
Contribution by Andrew Cooke, Director, Blue Sky GPS
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