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Employees endure a staggering 55 million meetings a day in the United States This tremendous time investment yields only modest returns No organization made up of human beings is immune from the all too common meeting gripes those that fail to engage those that inadvertently encourage participants to tune out and those that blatantly disregard participants' time Most companies and leaders view poor meetings as an inevitable cost of doing business But managers can take heart researchers now have a clear understanding of the key drivers that make meetings. Steven Rogelberg s The Surprising Science of Meetings is a breath of fresh air among the myriad leadership and management books out there That s because this book is based upon a solid foundation of social science which then flows naturally into actionable recommendations In my numerous conversations with executives and MBA students over the years I ve heard my fair share of complaints about meetings I will certainly be sharing this book with them as a timeless resource Readers will be pleased to find that the book has plenty of data to back up its main points yet simultaneously offers key takeaways at the end of each chapter The book also has a number of useful tools and uick references at the end presented in an easy to use format that any leader could start using immediately Highly recommended

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The Surprising Science of Meetings: How You Can Lead Your Team to Peak Performance

⧫ One of the ten Leadership books to watch in 2019 The Washington Post ⧫ One of the top business books everybody will be reading in 2019 Business Insider ⧫ As seen on “CBS This Morning”⧫ “In workplaces around the world meetings are where productivity and creativity go to die Steven Rogelberg is the world’s leading expert on how to fix them and here he shares the best evidence on how we can stop wasting time and falling victim to groupthink” Adam Grant New York Times bestselling author of Give and Take A recent estimate suggests that. This book is excellent for two reasons 1 it s extremely accessible designed to make it super easy to pick up actionable tidbits to start making your meetings effective and 2 it s based on actual research not just some joker s idea of what will take your meetings to the next level Dr Rogelberg provides great examples but not so many to make the book feel overly long or inflated I love the takeaways at the end of each chapter and the toolkit at the end of the book

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Successful In The Surprising Science of Meetings Steven G Rogelberg researcher and consultant to some of the world's most successful companies draws from extensive research analytics and data mining and survey interviews with over 5000 employees across a range of industries to share the proven practices and techniues that help managers and employees enhance the uality of their meetings For those who lead and participate in meetings Rogelberg provides immediate direction guidance and relief offering a how to guide to change your working life starting tod. Good structure and overview of the science of meetings A good reminder that organisation performance is the responsibility of everyone in the team If you want to run better meetings and make good decisions while respecting one of the most difficult commodity in business which is time share the responsibilities to everyone and be actively present in the meetings


12 thoughts on “The Surprising Science of Meetings: How You Can Lead Your Team to Peak Performance

  1. says:

    Steven Rogelberg has written a highly approachable, useful book aimed at making meetings effective. The book clearly lays out why most people groan at the thought of yet one meeting, and provides techniques and tips for improving meetings. I thought it was really important that these tips and techniques are based on yea

  2. says:

    Most business meetings suck—time, energy and joy out of most of us. In a key survey of workers, “too many meetings,” surfaced as the critical time waster cited by 47% of those surveyed. But it doesn’t have to be that way and Steven Rogelberg tells us how to avoid that by creating fresh, thoughtful agendas, limiting the size and time of meetings, introducing silence to meetings, deflating negativity with positi

  3. says:

    This book is excellent for two reasons: (1) it's extremely accessible designed to make it super easy to pick up actionable tidbits to start making your meetings effective, and (2) it's based on actual research, not just some joker's idea of what will "take your meetings to the next level." Dr. Rogelberg provide

  4. says:

    As someone who both attends and leads a significant number of meetings each week, I placed a lot of hope in this book. It did not disappoint. Dr. Rogelberg calls out the need to evaluate and improve meetings, without diminishing their value. We need meetings to give team members voice and to enhance our decisi

  5. says:

    As someone who has been in the corporate minutiae of day to day meetings where I was sometimes lucky to get a 15 minute break over the course of a 9 hour day, Steven Rogelberg's book was practical, thought provoking, and even had me laughing with its inserts of humor. By treating meetings as events (like a wedding) where one takes pause to consider others and their time and to think about the details, flow and experience, Steve

  6. says:

    Steven Rogelberg's The Surprising Science of Meetings is a breath of fresh air among the myriad leadership and management books out there. That's because this book is based upon a solid foundation of social science, which then flows naturally into actionable recommendations. In my numerous conversations with executives

  7. says:

    I read this book in preparation for a course that I teach on management skills, which contains a module on how to conduct effective meetings. Dr

  8. says:

    Good structure and overview of the science of meetings. A good reminder that organisation performance is the responsibility of everyone in the team. If you want to run better meetings and make good decisions while respecting one of the most difficult commodity in business which is time, share the responsibilities to everyone and be

  9. says:

    Insightful and thought provoking.

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    Excellent

  11. says:

    Dr Steven Rogelberg's new book "The Science of Meetings" is a MUST READ for anyone who want's their organization to improve how their organization does meetings. Dr Rogelberg's research indicates that as much as 15% of or

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    Most of the

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