According to Business Insider, "The first five minutes of any meeting are crucial, and that if you want people to participate during a meeting, you have to make that clear up front..." Elise Keith, the co-founder of Lucid Meetings and the author of "Where the Action Is: The Meetings That Make or Break Your Organization," explains that it's important to bring everyone into the room that way all the idea makers are with each other. She also says it's important to make the meeting atmosphere feel safe, so they are comfortable enough to give fully give their ideas.

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