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It's oh so quiet | Why knowing when to shut up in meetings is an art

Why knowing when to shut up in meetings is an art
  • Meetings - they're inherently designed to allow leaders to share new ideas and collect feedback

  • But there's a growing consensus that, for some, lying low during meetings and listening, rather than contributing, is more effective

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