Brainstorming is an Outlet for Hidden Ideas and Increases Employee Engagement

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V SHRIDHAR
Consultant, India

Brainstorming is an Outlet for Hidden Ideas and Increases Employee Engagement

Brainstorming is a platform for free suggestions and a democratic way of solving completed complex problems in any industry. This creates an opportunity for hidden ideas to come to fore.
The members feel elated and recognized for being in brainstorming sessions. In short, it is an outlet for submerged suggestions and helps to create a strong will for implementation of good ideas (engagement).

  Bevis Qiu
China
 

Usage of Silence in Brainstorm

Many of us may try to control the direction of some discussion. Then some valuable ideas might be killed.
So when some brainstorm is conducted, the people should be encouraged to share their opinions, and not (immediately) judge others' ideas or give an opinion.
So either you contribute a new idea or you remain silent.

  Jeremy Lu
Manager, Australia
 

The Effective Way to Plan, Brainstorm, Discuss and Decide

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