Every CEO or department leader should read this one. I report to a department chair (I don't run meetings) but was able to pick up a lot of points that will make me a better meeting participant!
worth your time Mr or Mrs Corporate leader. really makes one rethink the meeting mill
Brilliantly fantastic. Wish we were taught this decades ago and had everyone know this so meeting were fund and productive rather than something at least one attendee would rather not be at.
I think this should be a basic How-To guide that anyone entering the work force gets taught.
really usefull. though the story is kind of boring it's a great idea! that could be explained rather fast
Great information and story that illustrated the points of bad meetings
Casey wasn't fired
Flying back from Chicago
Board (Bored) Room
I liked the story and perfomance in this book and the summary at the end.
I would recommend it to anyone that gets involved in the meeting and would like to improve the effectivness.
I love audio books for my commute. Especially nonfiction, but I can be talked into some fiction once in a while!
I really like Lencioni's books. They are a great, entertaining read. AND they give good information. Well worth the price.
Patrick grabs and keeps your attention with a riveting story, then wraps it up with clear, concise, ready to go principles which are easy to understand, and critical to apply.
Lencioni provides helpful insight/concepts for increasing organizational productivity and morale by increasing the number of staff meetings and the specific focus of each. Using the fable approach, Pat weaves an interesting story that is entertaining and instructive. His model is helping me improve our approach to meetings and the way we conduct them.