Here’s how it works: Draw a circle on a chartpad if you are in a face-to-face meeting, or use the whiteboard feature of a Web meeting tool if you are on a Web conference (this tool can also be used by the manager to privately document what happens on a teleconference). The circle represents the team. Around the edges of the team circle, draw a smaller circle for each member of the team and label it accordingly (see Figure 16-1). The way you use our version of this tool is then to draw a circle in the middle and label it “All.” Each time someone on the team speaks during the meeting you make a mark on the diagram. The first time the person speaks, draw an arro...
Team meeting relationship diagrams - interesting.
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