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Leading During Uncertainty - Shared screen with speaker view
Jon Hamilton
54:36
Justin, will you demote me to attendee?
Producer Justin
55:23
You are welcome!
Tanner Corbridge
55:57
Welcome everybody! Thank you for joining us today
Tanner Corbridge
58:00
We’d love to hear where you’re logging in from? (City or State or Country)
Jon Hamilton
58:21
Lander, Wyoming!
Producer Justin
58:25
Temecula, Ca
Bobby Mitchell
58:40
San Diego, CA
Russ Hill
59:09
Great to see you all logging in from Texas, Wyoming, Virginia, California, Montana and beyond! We’ll get started here in a moment.
Tracy Trefelner
59:17
Florida
Russ Hill
59:33
Hey Tracy! Glad to have you on from Florida.
Allan Sundstrom
01:01:08
Greetings from St Cloud, MN
Roberta Murakami
01:02:04
Aloha from Mililani, Hawaii
Debbie Hinton
01:05:18
Meetings where nothing gets decided
Stephan Brandt
01:05:23
I didn't need to be there!!
Krystal Holder
01:05:31
No agenda and no clear owner of decisions.
Vanessa Huynh
01:05:36
I am invited to meeting I don't need to be in.
Duane Wright
01:05:36
They really do not want my input!
Karen Whalen-Ward
01:05:36
too many “Spectators” vs decision makers
Lori Baldwin
01:05:37
Usually there are only a couple of people who participate and the rest are just listening in. They add nothing to the discussion.
Tim Komar
01:05:38
No resolution or decision
Linda Griffith
01:05:39
Lack of completed deliverables
Jennifer Bridgeford
01:05:40
Going off topic
Jon Hamilton
01:05:41
No solid outcomes.
Roberta Murakami
01:05:42
Doesn't follow agenda
Linda Griffith
01:05:45
follow through incomplete
Stacy
01:05:47
Right people to make decisions aren't in the meeting
Allan Sundstrom
01:05:47
Do not adhere to start and stop times and don't follow the agenda
Margaret Miller
01:05:48
Spending time off-topic
Elizabeth Monroe
01:05:50
have a hard time getting my input heard with everyone else speaking up and not giving turns
Roxanne Redar
01:05:55
no agenda
Glenn Osborne
01:05:55
Going through the motions same old same old
Karol Pelletier
01:05:58
Wasted time
Debbie Hinton
01:05:58
Revisiting decisions already made
Krystal Holder
01:05:59
not starting on time!
Karol Pelletier
01:06:13
No outcomes
Roberta Murakami
01:06:19
not mindful of attendees time
Jan McIntyre
01:06:19
no agenda, no outcomes
Jennifer Bridgeford
01:06:20
Lack of participation from the group
Allan Sundstrom
01:06:20
spending the first half recapping the previous meeting
Lori Baldwin
01:06:36
Agree with Elizabeth - hard to get a word in edge-wise...when working remote.
Glenn Osborne
01:06:56
Past oriented vs future oriented
Roxanne Redar
01:07:03
Agree with Elizabeth - ramblers and interrupters
Lori Baldwin
01:08:33
Getting people moving in the same direction vs all nodding heads.
Elizabeth Monroe
01:08:34
Agreement: Everyone agreed to agreement
Linda Griffith
01:08:34
Everyone may not agree but achieve buy in
karen gayle
01:08:38
alignment brings the meeting focus back to main vision...not to just have agreement.
Debbie Hinton
01:08:41
Agreement - is more consensus - Alignment is everyone is on the same page--heading in the same direction--in synch with org objectives
Allan Sundstrom
01:08:43
Alignment - moving in the same direction but not all agreeing on the way there
Elizabeth Monroe
01:08:44
Alignment: Everyone on same page
Stephan Brandt
01:08:46
What we SAY versus what we DO (i.e. yes, but no follow-through on actions).
Jennifer Bridgeford
01:08:49
You may agree to do something but is it aligned with our mission, values and goals
Tim Komar
01:08:53
Agreement is consensus. Alignment is understanding the direction even if everyone does not agree.
Karen Whalen-Ward
01:09:11
alignment with goals, mission, expectations. May not be agreement on how to get there exactly
David Gloude
01:09:14
Alignment involves my plans and intent, not just mental agreement
Glenn Osborne
01:09:27
Agreement is compliance Alignment is working in unison
Margaret Miller
01:09:44
when you are not in alignment, just like your car, you will head in the wrong direction
Jon Hamilton
01:10:09
I love that, Margaret.
Karol Pelletier
01:12:14
Too many times to count
Margaret Miller
01:12:14
Yes!
Allan Sundstrom
01:12:16
BINGO
Cathy Cartwright
01:12:18
All the time
Cathy Cartwright
01:12:33
Wasteful
Jan McIntyre
01:12:35
undproductive
Karol Pelletier
01:12:36
Painful
Debbie Hinton
01:12:38
dysfunctional
Margaret Miller
01:12:39
Unproductive
Stephan Brandt
01:12:39
Chaotic
Lori Baldwin
01:12:40
Many participants insist on being involved but say nothing. 80-20 rule.
Karen Whalen-Ward
01:12:43
spectators shouting and distracting from purpose
Christina Jankus
01:12:48
Consensus is frustrating
Lori Baldwin
01:12:49
20% contribute 80% dont
David Gloude
01:12:53
Disjointed and slow or unproductive
Lori Baldwin
01:13:59
Need to invite SMEs and decision makers.
Lori Baldwin
01:15:36
Good point - why are we here?
Heather Varney
01:16:32
I'd rather have the active delegation vs. "who wants to volunteer?" lines.
Stephan Brandt
01:17:42
Isn't that a huge problem in various levels of government??
Heather Varney
01:17:55
if the decision is already made, it's a wasted meeting.
Heather Varney
01:20:44
can be even more damaging that way too.
David Gloude
01:20:59
Involvement is required in order to get commitment
Allan Sundstrom
01:24:20
What a grace filled way to say it.
Heather Varney
01:26:36
prefer to have the face-to-face communication, with a written follow up on that discussion to review/reinforce what was said.
Linda Griffith
01:28:06
ownership
Lori Baldwin
01:28:08
Discussion
Heather Varney
01:28:08
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Melissa Falkenstien
01:28:09
Ownership! accountability to a decision is hard
Dave Liedtke
01:28:12
ownership
Elizabeth Monroe
01:28:13
ownership
Debbie Hinton
01:28:15
Communication
Margaret Miller
01:28:17
Participation is most challenging because we involve too many people
Elizabeth Monroe
01:28:21
and follow-up
Jennifer Bridgeford
01:28:21
Ownership & follow up
Mary Hoey
01:28:22
discussion
Glenn Osborne
01:28:22
Ownership!
Roxanne Redar
01:28:23
ownership
Liliana Reyes C
01:28:28
ownership
Glenn Osborne
01:28:39
Follow Up
beth dupont
01:28:56
follow-up, to sustain momentum
Producer Justin
01:29:52
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Producer Justin
01:30:49
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Lori Baldwin
01:31:34
Thank you!
Margaret Miller
01:31:36
Thanks!
Roberta Murakami
01:31:39
Thank you, this was great
Heather Varney
01:31:41
thank you!
Jon Hamilton
01:31:44
Thanks!
David Gloude
01:32:15
Thanks, men. Always great info!
Producer Justin
01:32:37
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