Previous post about effective meeting protocols March 23, 2020 4:51 AM   Subscribe

I’m looking for an article that was previously linked (I think on the green, but could have been the blue). It had tips on how to get the most out of meetings - one of the bits of advice was for the chair at the beginning effectively to say what order she would call on attendees to speak. The benefits of this included that people didn’t spend their time just waiting to interrupt, and also ensured that the meeting wasn’t dominated by the usual suspects. I think the context for this may have making sure that otherwise marginalised voices get heard - but it may also have just been straightforward good meeting etiquette. Can anyone link me to this? Thanks all and stay safe
posted by JJZByBffqU to MetaFilter-Related at 4:51 AM (3 comments total) 5 users marked this as a favorite



Thank you bfranklin - I had remembered a different article, but there’s loads of good stuff on that thread
posted by JJZByBffqU at 10:03 AM on March 23


There have a couple of posts on consensus decision making that might be useful: this one and this one.
posted by tallus at 10:54 AM on March 23


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