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Choosing your participants

The meeting objectives have been determined and, in order to accomplish them, input is required from numerous contributors. The right balance of participants needed to achieve the meeting goals must now be decided upon. When selecting the participants, consider job roles, experience and perhaps even personalities, all with the end goal in mind. With too few people involved, a decision may be reached quickly, but was the breadth of knowledge, experience and stakeholder involvement present, to ensure support and implementation? With too many participants the time needed to hear and consider input from everyone might ...

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