The reason I called you together…

Belforte, David A.
October 2007
Industrial Laser Solutions;Oct2007, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p39
The author reflects on the implication of not attending corporate meetings. He suggests that it may be the way of telling a person that he is no longer effective and the topic of the discussion is inconsequential. He also implied that the colleagues may not be in the same subject matter. He emphasized on the need to rethink about the subject that will interest the audience and ask their opinion regarding it.


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