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Meeting Palindromes looks at the differences in leadership, culture, and meetings during the pandemic and unrest. Small Scenarios are free to download and we require no information from you.


 

Meeting Palindromes

Sometimes Leading Means Letting Go

 
 
This week’s small scenario is a look at the differences between meetings today and all of the earlier forms of meeting. Distributed teams have different needs than co-located groups. Sometimes, the needs of the group are more important than the stated purpose of the gathering. It takes well honed instincts to understand which is which. Many of us need sharpening in this area.
 
 
This small scenario is from Jon Stross, President and co-founder of Greenhouse.
 
 
As always, Small Scenarios are free to download. We require no information from you.
 
 


 
About: Regular collaborators Heather Bussing, Michael Kannisto, and John Sumser are joined this week by Jon Stross, President and co-founder of Greenhouse. Small Scenarios is a series of digestible papers that tackle the HR and Recruiting issues emerging from the coronavirus pandemic.
 
Issue № 6: The sixth issue of Small Scenarios is about Meeting Palindromes and looks at the differences in leadership, culture, and meetings during the pandemic and unrest.
 
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