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Personality typing is an extremely useful tool for managing employees and various other types of interpersonal relationships. You can apply similar principles to your meetings and manage them like a pro.

Below is a review of the most common types of meetings, including what to watch for and avoid, and tips for making the most out of each type of meeting.

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Check the following articles for more resources:

5 Practices to Make Every Meeting Matter

Advance Your Meeting Conversation with Norms

An Employee’s Guide to Better One-on-One Meetings

Mamie Kanfer Stewart

Mamie Kanfer Stewart is the Founder & CEO of Meeteor and author of Momentum: Creating Effective, Engaging and Enjoyable Meetings. She is passionate about helping others optimize their time and cultivate their team to achieve their goals.

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