Leaders take the blame, and leaders reap the glory.

It's an oversimplified sports analogy, but it applies to meetings the same way it applies to any organization with a hierarchy.  We can't control our surroundings or the people around us, but we can control our own actions in any situation.

In episode #042 of the Meeting Leadership Podcast, we discuss the value of holding yourself accountable during meetings, and how this can affect the rest of your workforce.

We also present concepts  by psychologist Viktor Frankl, who explains how we can tailor our responses to get more positive results. 

This episode, along with MLP #018 (https://meetingleadershipinc.com/18), titled “You Can Choose How To Conduct Yourself in a Meeting", are a definitive leg up for meeting preparation, behavior, and effectiveness.
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