Choosing Your Seat at a Meeting

The newsletter from Chaco Canyon (har har) is sometime heavy on the cheese. But, I keep subscribing to it for the interesting little tidbits like this two part series on choosing your seat in a meeting: Part I,
Part II.

It’s of the same interest as “how to talk to the media/public” that Brandon mentions sometimes. You know, stuff like, “always start talking with your hands out in front of you, in that steeple form, or, behind the back.”