Stop: 'going to meetings'
Labels and things
When did you last put a label on someone in a meeting? For instance, ‘She’s an extrovert and never stops talking’ or ‘He’s the joker who laughs-off tricky situations’.
Labels come from mostly unconscious judgement which then shows itself in behaviour. Do you cut some people short, while having plenty of time for others? Perhaps you switch off when the person who contributes most begins to speak? Or maybe you listen intently when the most senior person in the room has something to say?
This podcast explores our human tendency to judge and in their conversation, Helen Chapman and Amy Webb explore doing something different to get the most from others in meetings.
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Cool stuff links:
• The Gifts of Imperfection, Brene Brown