You’d be surprised, at the end of the meeting, how no one wants to hear this question.

Because it’s quiet.

And they don’t all agree.

And they are at the point where it would be better to leave then to continue sorting out the issues of what would get them to the final answer.

So no, everyone doesn’t agree and they might not get to that at point.

But if you don’t ask that question at the end of a meeting that you’re running.

If you don’t ensure that everyone is on the same page without voicing their opinions that they are not.

They will all leave thinking everyone agrees with their view and opinions.

Which is a disaster.

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