Making the Most Out of Lab Meetings

There is no doubt that technology has influenced and even changed the way we communicate at the workplace. Whereas face-to-face and telephone conversations were likely the most common means for relaying information just a couple of decades ago, we now rely on email and instant text-based messaging for both ease and speed. And although these forms of interactions have taken root in our culture and are indeed useful, managers running businesses and laboratories still make time to meet with staff, both one-on-one and in the form of group meetings. That’s because managers understand that getting together allows their team to interact on a personal level, which can foster a sense of community within the organization, allow individuals to cite issues of what is and isn’t working, and give everyone a chance to brainstorm, among other things. Read more here…

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