1 way to end a meeting

There’s a psychological concept called The Peak-End Rule. Daniel Kahneman and Barbara Fredrickson are the best-known people behind the idea.

Bottom line: We tend to judge our experiences based on the peak moments of those experiences and then, how the experience ends (rather than the experience as a whole).

True or not, it makes sense to deliberately think about how we can create positive peak experiences during the meetings we lead; and how we end those meetings.

Here’s an idea on how you can end your meeting or event in a meaningful way using  The Universal Mission Statement

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