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Mastering the mystery of meetings

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A defining characteristic of a high performing team is how its members behave before, during and after meetings.

The success of a team is evidenced by how efficiently it manages meetings

Trust, respect and communication are the essential foundation stones of a high performing team.  Although it is nice if team members actually like each other, it is not essential.  However, trust, respect and good communication are vital.  Although each team is unique, there are certain things high performing teams do – before, during and after a meeting – that lead to breakthrough performance.

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