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Insight & Intelligence : Nov 12, 2013
Improve Presentation Discussions: 10 Radical Suggestions
Some of these recommendations may surprise you.!--h2>
“So, those are my findings. Are there any questions? Concerns? Comments? Feedback? Anything?”
Often, it’s the discussion that undermines our presentation, not the presentation of our ideas. A vocal, negative minority dominates. They focus on minor items and neglect the major points. They go off on tangents. Key people we’d like to hear from say little or nothing. What are they quiet ones thinking? How can we engage them?
We offer ten radical suggestions to rethink and significantly improve presentation discussions. We know these are radical because whenever we introduce them, many people initially react with surprise, disbelief, and, in some cases, rigid resistance. We also know these suggestions usually generate positive results when people try them. So we ask you to consider:
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