Part 2 of our chapter two guidance on meetings for the proactive manager.

This is the second in a series of casts about being PROACTIVE as a manager. Effective managers do not like the status quo. Even if you're a High C, or a High S, your role as a manager demands that you re-examine the status quo, and change what needs to be changed. You don't get paid to be yourself, or be comfortable. You get paid to deliver sustainable results, regardless of your temperament or style or personality. Effective managers are proactive.

One of the classic examples of status quo thinking by managers is assuming that all of the meetings that their team attends, both internal to the team and externally, are valid and effective. But they're not, and we recommend changing them proactively.

This Cast Answers These Questions

  • Can I change the meetings I run?
  • How can I change the meetings I run?
  • Can I change the meetings my team attends?

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