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My talk at Google


Hi there. Many of you have astutely noticed that I haven’t posted on this blog in some time. That’s because I’ve been working restlessly on a new book. I’m looking forward to sharing the details in the future (might be a while), but for now, here’s a speech I recently delivered at Google’s New York office. In it, I prescribe three keystone habits designed to change your meeting culture for the better. ¬†As I explain in the video, these habits may seem small, but each packs a powerful punch!

If you can’t see the embedded version above, you can watch the video HERE.

  • @readysetsci

    It’s a bit perplexing to me that this type of conversation needs to be had with those at Google. It just goes to show that meetings (and there historically grasps) have a deep grab at how our professional culture operates.

    As a member of higher education, and formerly public schools, I can only wonder how long it will take for ideas such as this to take hold in these institutions. As many of us know, higher ed. and public education, tend to hold onto strategies much longer than the rest of the world (i.e. students sitting in rows, listening to one person talk in the front of the room, until a bell signals it’s time to leave).

    Have you ever considered doing any work with schools or universities? I can tell you from first-hand experience that the stories and methods of how meetings are utilized as a tool would be worth your endeavors.

    • Al Pittampalli

      A number of my readers are in the education world and they too complain about broken meeting culture. Hopefully I’ll get a chance to do some work with these folks in the future. Thanks for the comment.