Meeting room management articles
Trick or treat. Or trick some more.
There’s more to convincing people than meets the eye. And a lot of it is not ok.
How to use cognitive biases to your advantage
First things first - grab a copy of Thinking, Fast & Slow. It’s a book we highly recommend to pretty much anyone working behind a desk.
and when you should
We have nothing against Starbucks. Their coffee is pretty good, the ambiance is fine, everything looks stunning - it’s the perfect place to take a date or have a business lunch.
And Engage People In The Meeting Room
Remember the old adage, “silence is golden”? Truer words have rarely been spoken. Here’s how you can leverage silence to gain an advantage in and out of the meeting room.
Reach Goals Faster and Easier With A Discussion Facilitator
The best way to win someone over is to use arguments they want to hear. But, to know what those are, you have to get them talking. And that’s… not always as simple as it sounds - you’ve probably faced the awkward situation in which a discussion turns into a monologue. Your monologue. Here’s how to get everyone to speak their mind.
By Improving Your Note-Taking Abilities
“Just a sec, let me write this down so I don’t forget”. Sounds familiar? Irritating, maybe? This is how you avoid it.
You just finished a long meeting. The client (or business partner) seems excited about it. You were spot-on with your proposals, got a verbal agreement from them, everyone is happy. But no decision has been made. No official decision, anyway. And you never hear from them again.
Or How To Get Good Reports with Good Rapport
We tend to project our own selves onto others - our fears, our wants, our needs, our strong points are reflected back to us through them. This process happens both ways and can be used to your advantage.
And Increase Your Chances Of Striking A Good Deal
Almost nobody enjoys meetings. At least not for long or not when extremely important matters are discussed - they always carry the risk of raining down fire and brimstone on a potential deal. You can change that.
Find out Why And How To Prevent It
“More money will make top-performing people perform even better!” - not really.