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Nick Heap
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How to have meetings that engage people. One simple tip follows.

You can study group dynamics for twenty years so you understand what goes on and the stages of group development and flight and fight etc and how to intervene, if you want. You can cut through all this by a very simple technique, the "go round".You simply ask everyone to share his or her best thinking about the topic of the meeting or agenda item for (say) two minutes while everyone else listens attentively without interrupting. They will get their turn later. This format ensures that everyone…See More
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Who are you?
An independent facilitator of change, development and learning working with individuals, teams and organisations.
What is your interest or involvement in employee engagement?
It's the key to happiness and effectiveness at work
Define employee engagement in your own words.
Employees are fully engaged when they do what they love and love what they do and help each other do so. This helps the organisation add great value to all it's stakeholders
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How to have meetings that engage people. One simple tip follows.

You can study group dynamics for twenty years so you understand what goes on and the stages of group development and flight and fight etc and how to intervene, if you want. You can cut through all this by a very simple technique, the "go round".

You simply ask everyone to share his or her best thinking about the topic of the meeting or agenda item for (say) two minutes while everyone else listens attentively without interrupting. They…

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