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Outcomes for meetings

Here's a great little tip on how to get more productivity out of your meetings. A simple and basic idea that is often neglected is to give your meetings an agreed upon outcome prior to the discussion.

By having everyone focus on the detailed outcomes or objectives, you can help make the most of the meeting. Read the tip here, via the Business Writing communications blog.

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