Minding the Workplace: When Meetings Are Used to Reinforce Pre-Existing Hierarchies and Exclusionary Patterns

Professor David Yamada writes that, after 27 years in academe, he has “come to understand that the most morale-killing misuse of meetings is to reinforce pre-existing hierarchies and exclusionary patterns.” This sounds very familiar to this writer-blogger. Very familiar. Click here for full Minding the Workplace column.

David Yamada is a tenured Professor of Law and Director of the New Workplace Institute at Suffolk University Law School in Boston. David is an internationally recognized authority on workplace bullying, and he is author of model anti-bullying legislation — dubbed the Healthy Workplace Bill — that has become the template for law reform efforts across the country. More info here. 

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