3 ways to stop your meeting from being hijacked


Meetings are not the easiest things in the world to lead and to manage. Depending on the meeting, some of the group or team wish to be there and value the opportunity, whilst others perceive it to be a waste of time. Even after significant time is invested by you in creating meetings where participants and more involved and engaged, the response is not what you would ideally like.

On top of this, meetings usually result in more work for those involved. Meetings are about decisions, picking up on areas where improvement is needed or supporting new initiatives and consolidating others. Subsequently, people can act out and, all of a sudden, a meeting goes of course and you struggle to get things back on track. If this has happened to you, it is most likely that you have been the victim of a meeting hijack.

Meeting hijacks are not…

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