6 phrases managers need to stop using in team meetings

Devin Mercier
Aug 29, 2018 · 8 min read
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“Don’t bring me problems. Bring me solutions.”

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“Let me think on that.” or “Let’s touch base on that later.”

“In my opinion…”

“Keep doing what you’re doing.”

“What should we discuss today?”

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“We need to think outside the box.”

Conclusion

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Written by

Business Development at Pathlight, where we are automating the science of management so you can focus on the art.

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Your source of truth for managing day-to-day team performance, from anywhere.

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