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Growing trust silences monologues in meetings

A successful collaboration with creative decisions. This is what meetings between various parties should result in. This is only possible if the parties concerned trust one another. But how do you recognize growing trust and how can the meeting chair encourage parties to have more faith in each other? Not by allowing long monologues, says a researcher who analyzed meetings and discovered indicators for trust.
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