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Tips For Facilitating Those Persisting Virtual Conference Calls

Draw into the conversation those that do not fit in

We learn the most from those who do not fit in (Photo by Brooke Cagle on Unsplash)

You learn the most from the person in a meeting that does not make a lot of sense. Or at least they do not speak like everyone else, so they often get the awkward stares. They do not speak in the company jargon or use the common industry buzzwords.

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JD Solomon

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Author of “Getting Your Boss’s Boss to Understand”. Founder of http://www.jdsolomoninc.com. Finding inspiration in unique people and solving unique problems.

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