Information on Meeting Sizes – An Interview with Michael Dalton Johnson

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Information on Meeting Sizes

Information on Meeting SizesRecently I had the opportunity to interview Michael Dalton Johnson, the author of Rules of The Hunt. Rules of The Hunt is about what Michael has learned about business over his lifetime.

Michael talked about numerous topics on social media and process including Information on Meeting Sizes

In this video on Information on Meeting Sizes, you will learn:

Michael’s thoughts on Information on Meeting Sizes.

A Bit About Michael Dalton Johnson:

Michael Dalton Johnson is an award-winning trade book and magazine publisher and a successful entrepreneur with over 30 years experience and business leadership. He is the founder of SalesDog.com.

He is a savvy marketing professional and is the creator of a product that has sold more than 3 million units. He has appeared on NBC’s Today Show and has been a guest on more than 200 radio shows. Johnson has been featured in leading publications including U.S. News and World Report, Time, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal and many others.

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  1. Information on Meeting Sizes – An Interview with Michael Dalton Johnson…

    Rules of the Hunt – An Interview With Michael Dalton Johnson. Learn from Michael on Information on Meeting Sizes….

  2. Great interview, Chris, and I agree. Especially that short meetings with fewer people are often more productive. I’d also say that it helps to have a short, simple agenda when possible. Too many issues will delete the focus and decrease productivity.

  3. [...] Take smaller meetings. Believe it or not, meetings that go on for ever and involve more than two or three people rarely accomplish much, says business leader Michael Dalton Johnson, interviewed in this video clip by Chris Hamilton. Except for brainstorming sessions, keep meetings short and involve as few people as possible to make decisions that will move your company to the next level. Sales Tip a Day [...]

  4. [...] Take smaller meetings. Believe it or not, meetings that go on for ever and involve more than two or three people rarely accomplish much, says business leader Michael Dalton Johnson, interviewed in this video clip by Chris Hamilton. Except for brainstorming sessions, keep meetings short and involve as few people as possible to make decisions that will move your company to the next level. Sales Tip a Day [...]

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