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February 19, 2010

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Les Hutchinson

Jim

This is a lovely post - thank you.

I was at a seminar on Friday about the use of conversations in the business world - enabling purposeful conversation. But the thing that struck me most was a comment from a fellow participant about her habit of starting some meetings with a period of silence, in the Quaker style, to allow the real issues to find their way to the top of the agenda. I like that!

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