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Before a Meeting, Tell Your Team That Silence Denotes Agreement

Before a Meeting, Tell Your Team That Silence Denotes Agreement

Harvard Business Review - Bob Frisch and Cary Greene

The meeting seemed to go smoothly. Bill, the executive vice president of sales at a global company, had gathered his extended leadership team — a group of more than 20 people — and outlined his latest plan to reconfigure the sales organization. When he asked if anyone had concerns, there were a few …

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