Often a minority consisting of a few individuals set the tone and culture of a meeting. They speak more frequently, define key concepts more often and conclude with stronger determination. The minority takes up the majority of the time, leaving a large group of participants standing on the side line realising only a small portion of their potential.
Can you recognize this from meetings and workshops related to well-being and positive psychology you either have participated in or facilitated yourself?
That 20% speak 80% of the time not only challenges the quality of the session itself but also the sustainability of the sessions outcome. If few people define most the sessions discussion points many will leave with only little determination to change. Read More