How to Survive Boring Meetings!

Boring Meetings

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Get all the inside secrets and tools you need to help you develop your leadership skills so you can build the best team to drive productivity and profitability.  We all have to attend meetings and many we assume are going to be very boring. We have to be there, so let?s try to survive them.

In this episode you will learn:

  • Leave your attitude at the door
  • Commit to finding value
  • Take notes!

Listen in as Jennifer Takagi, founder of Takagi Consulting, 3X time Amazon.Com Best Selling-Author, Certified Jack Canfield Success Principle Trainer, Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst and Facilitator of the DISC Behavioral Profiles, Certified Change Style Indicator Facilitator, and Certified Coaching Specialist – leadership entrepreneur, speaker and trainer, shares the lessons she?s learned along the way. 

Each episode is designed to give you the tools, ideas, and inspiration to lead with integrity. Humor is a big part of Jennifer?s life, so expect a few puns and possibly some sarcasm. Tune in for a motivational guest, a story or tips to take you even closer to that C-Suite Office you?ve been coveting. You know you are already a leader, you just need to gather a few more tips and trick to master your craft. Please share the episodes that inspired you the most and be sure to leave a comment.  

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Wishing you the best, Jennifer Takagi – Speaker, Trainer, Author

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