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Improve your communication skills and get your point across easily with this curated topic of articles.

While having a clear agenda is essential for productive meetings, you can make them more efficient and enjoyable with a question-oriented agenda. Here's how:

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Giving constructive feedback is hard. Something didn't work, expectations were not met, there could be many negative emotions at play. There's a way to be constructive, through, when giving feedback!

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Is your product easy to use? Does it require minimal amount of effort to help achieve Users' goals? Grasping each and every interaction in your product can be very hard, unless you consider User Journey!

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Unless you create a very simple product, your User Stories will keep growing and multiplying. It’s a recipe for chaos, or…

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Creating products from scratch is not easy. Apart from the necessity for a clear vision, there are many smaller decisions and possibilities to compare and consider. Having an efficient framework to handle that volume of information is extremely important, and User Stories are one of the best such tools.

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Discussing difficult topics is easier when one sticks to facts, ideas, and provable findings. It's objective and truth-driven. Straightforward.

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Checking their phones. Looking out of the window. Scribbling in their notepads. These are the signs that the meeting participants are disengaged and bored. Let's see how it can be prevented and remedied.

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Have you ever had a great meeting that just couldn't reach the consensus? No final decision, no compromise? Here's how to get it fixed:

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In the previous guide on moderating meeting discussions, one very important topic emerged: during a discussion, conflicts can emerge. It's important to be able to spot them fast and resolve immediately.

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Discussions are the core feature of any meeting. When moderated it can become a great tool to keep everyone involved and exchange ideas in an orderly fashion. However, left unmoderated can introduce chaos, conflict, and demotivate participants who may feel unheard, misunderstood or excluded. We want to show you some principles and techniques that will make the discussions a productive tool.

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