Just Think Why not show employees you value their time by asking for permission the next time you extend a meeting beyond schedule? Set a start and a stop time for the meeting. Then, if you find it's running over, see if they think it should continue. And always allow people who have to leave to take that option. Source: Positive Leadership Newsletter, Ragan Communications Need a Read There's a reason why people are talking about Who Moved My Cheese, by Spencer Johnson, M.D. (1998, G.P. ...

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