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How a Simple Storyboard Helps Command Attention & Get Results - Virtually Edit Title
Picture this: You've put hours of work into finalizing your recommendations for next week's executive team meeting where the fate of your project (and perhaps your job!) will be determined. You have no more than 60 minutes to present and discuss some radical ideas about how to reallocate project resources. You're convinced that you've developed a bulletproof case for change -- if only everyone will listen long enough to hear it.
Since meeting time is short and you want to allow maximum time for discussion (and, you hope, rapid agreement!), you've posted important content to review ahead of time, along with an invitation to provide questions, feedback, ideas and potential concerns before your meeting. Most people took your invitation to heart, and by now you have a good idea where people stand. So far, so good.
You're in the process of designing your presentation and creating your meeting agenda. Since you will be leading the meeting from a conference room with several of the senior leaders, with others participating from various locations, you know that a critical success factor will be keeping everyone absorbed, engaged and enthusiastically participating in a productive dialogue.
Joining me here is Sheryl Lindsell-Roberts, Principal of Sheryl Lindsell-Roberts & Associates. Here we offer practical approaches for presenting important recommendations that grab and keep peoples' attention, wherever they are.
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