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Everyday Leadership Conversations

Jan 22, 2021

People walk into a meeting with many different things going on in their mind; we call this cognitive noise. Studies show the first ten minutes of any meeting are “lost” while people gather their focus and become mentally present. The way to regain this time is to do a simple check-in. A check-in allows the participants to clear their minds of other issues, settle in, and focus so that they are ready to learn. This simple activity gets participants engaged, present, and committed to what you are trying to achieve.

In this episode, Julie and Nichole will discuss the different ways to "check in" to a meeting, and how those check-ins enhance accountability and engagement throughout your organization.