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Better Team Dynamics

Monday morning is team meeting day. Ten personalities, ten different jobs. How can we ensure that everybody has an opportunity to contribute and feels comfortable doing so?

Running meetings is not my strong suit. Do we need to "run" meetings. Would it be more democratic to rotate the chair or would that simply make participants feel even more uncomfortable?

I would like to gather ideas here and share my experiences trying to make necessary meetings useful and engaging and making the most of the strengths of every team member.

Cham, Jorge. "The Phd." The Phd Comics, Piled Higher and Deeper Publishing, 2016, phdcomics.com/comics/archive.php?comicid=719. Accessed 26 Apr. 2018.

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