My Worst Meeting Moment from CTU Chief Academic Officer, Dr. Connie Johnson
Dr. Connie Johnson – University Provost and Chief Academic Officer
A significant meeting occurred once I had my MBA. I had a difficult meeting and was able to negotiate with others in the meeting through dignity and respect. And actually that’s principals that I’ve learned. That as long are you’re treating others with dignity and respect, you’ll often have success. My worst meeting was when I went into a meeting and I wasn’t prepared. I was anxious, I think I was sweating, I was tripping over my words, and I did not do well in a presentation. And the lesson learned was always prepare. I think you also have to know what you’re talking about, know your subject matter, and also exude confidence and enthusiasm.
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