Unformatted text preview: that that I can see me doing to help with these meetings, is to hold the meeting participants accountable for the times in which they interrupt. I think that if the meetings are scheduled later in the day, some of the behavior problems would take care of themselves. Another thing that would probably help with this problem is to cut the meetings down in length so that attention does not start to slip at the ends. Also the days in which meetings are held needs to change. No one likes to be in a Friday meeting. If we, both me and workers, change these things, the meetings ought to go better from here on out....
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- Spring '08
- Psychology, 2006 singles, Nicholas Alley