Eight in 10 (83%) UK employees are unable to concentrate in meetings lasting longer than 45 minutes, according to recent research from Sharp.
With the average meeting lasting 49 minutes, it is unsurprising that over half (55%) of those surveyed felt that meetings were too long. Just 36% reported being able to concentrate for a solid half-hour so it is quite possible that engagement deteriorated quite drastically after that time period.
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