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13 tricks execs have used for meetings 0

13 tricks execs have used for meetings

REUTERS/Robert Galbraith Steve Jobs in 2010. Americans sit through some 11 million meetings every day 1 , with the unproductive ones costing companies an estimated $37 billion a year. We know that meetings tend to fall apart thanks to sloppy agendas and unclear ground rules, 2 but what makes them successful?

We researched how some of the most effective executives in history from the late Apple founder Steve Jobs to Amazon chief Jeff Bezos and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg run the meetings that invariably fill their calendars.

Here’s what we found.

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Lester Holt Getting The Job Done 0

Lester Holt Getting The Job Done

I like it when there is something good to report for one of the reporters/anchors who deserves respect. In his first sweeps month as Nightly News anchor Lester Holt gave the NBC broadcast its biggest July audience in 10 years, and its best in the age group 25-54 demo since 2013. Holt officially took over the show six weeks ago but has been anchoring since February when Brian Williams stepped aside from the show.

There is so much solid professionalism with Holt. In addition, he is just my type of person. Like this: Like Loading…

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