By: Lauren Millard
How many times has this happened to you? You’ve been on a conference call, or in a board meeting, and too many people try to talk at once. When this happens it can cause frustration for everyone involved. The “talkers” aren’t being heard, and those listening can’t follow anything going on.
We recently held a Job Task Analysis for one of our certification programs, which involved over 20 enthusiastic people who all wanted their idea to be heard. To help alleviate some of the frustration, we were able to implement some basic guidelines to ensure the meeting was effective, and all the ideas were heard. Continue reading “Wait, Too Many People are Talking at Once!”