An episode of The Impact Multiplier CEO Podcast

S3E6: “20% of people dominate 80% of airtime in my team meetings”

As a CEO or other senior leader, how balanced are the discussions in your team meetings? Are they productive and inspiring or long-winded and unbalanced?

Today we’re continuing Season 3, focused on High Value-Creating Leadership Teams.

Richard Medcalf and Davina Stanley discuss how to deal with and improve the quality of your leadership team discussions permanently so they become richer, more effective and balanced. 

You'll learn:

  • The reasons why unbalanced team discussions can damage your business
  • The 5 practical strategies for dealing with unbalanced team discussions
  • The “do it and forget it” tactic that will improve the quality of your team discussions permanently

"As a leader, it's your job to create an environment where every voice around the table is heard and every perspective is valued. This starts with you: are you truly committed to making this happen?"

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