How Different Employees Survive A Workplace Meeting

The dreaded workplace meeting brings all sorts of communicators to the same table, and unfortunately each party present has their own unique way  of surviving with the discussion. This infographic done in collaboration withMindflash by Columnfivemedia, examines some of the most common employee profiles.

 

How Different Employees Survive A Workplace Meeting

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