When we present information in a meeting we can choose to use a screen, a flip chart, or a handout. In this on-location Video Tip Craig Freshley explains the pros and cons of each and in particular, when to use a handout.
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February 20th, 2018 by Craig Freshley
In principle, groups make their best decisions when no single person knows what’s best for the group. “No one in this room is smarter than all of us,” is a popular phrase among some groups. When I go into a meeting already sure of what the outcome should be, I am apt to focus on getting …read more
February 13th, 2018 by Craig Freshley
In principle, the best group decisions are based on shared understanding of everyone’s perspective, and a good way to get a quick read of where everyone stands is to take a straw vote. A straw vote is not a real vote; it doesn’t count over the long run, like straw. Someone might say, “Let’s just see …read more