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1. Meeting Monster : Overly Talkative What to do: Paraphrase or summarize what they are saying. “We heard a lot of good thoughts. We’re getting away from our objective. Let’s summarize and move on.” Use bridging: which consists of first summarizing the previous work and then explaining to the group what is going to happen next and how it relates to the previous work and to the meeting objectives. “We listed several possible causes of the problem. Now let’s take a different look at the problem by listing who and what could be benefiting from it.” “That’s an interesting point. Now let’s hear from Jane.” 2. Meeting Monster : Highly Argumentative What to do: Make a comment on how the team process is currently working. “Even though we agreed to hear everyone out, there’s a lot of interrupting going on. How is that affecting the team?” If you can’t resolve any problems gracefully in front of the group, wait until there is a break and discuss any issues with that person in private.
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