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Stop wasting your precious time. As reported in The Wall Street Journal, business executives nationwide agree that meetings are the most unproductive activity in business today. Now, whether you're a leader or a participant, one of America's master communication specialists shows how you can: understand how meetings work, and how your time slips away; plan your meetings to get the results you want; make large meetings work more effectively; and turn one-on-one meetings into hard-hitting, problem solving sessions. Milo O. Frank has been called a "communication genius." In this vital audio program he takes you step-by-step through every aspect of the typical business meeting - to help get the most out of any meeting in half the time.
©1989 Milo O. Frank, All Rights Reserved; (P)1989 Simon & Schuster Inc., SOUND IDEAS Is An Imprint of Simon & Schuster Audio Division, Simon & Schuster Inc.

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  • Shawn
  • Worcester, MA, USA
  • 05-13-09

Out of date and not usefull

The text is out of date and gives advice that is down right wrong in todays environment. Look elsewhere for good meeting advice!

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  • Martin
  • 05-11-06

Good common sense

This is a useful book, just the right length to be easily listened to and has helped me get more out of meetings (and not attend others). It's all good common sense - but it needs to be said sometimes, and the author does this in an entertaining way.