I'm more of a listener than a talker.
I need to do some research first and make up my pros and cons list.
I don't like to get caught up in all that jibber-jabber. I'll stall as long as I can.
Depends. What's my deadline?
Is that a fancy word for email?
If it's not assigned to me, I have other things to be working on.
I'd take a look and offer some constructive feedback or ask questions.
Look at who's subscribed, check the audit log, then maybe take a peek.
Avoid it. Looks like a virus to me.
What file? Where?
Words with Friends
Wall Street Journal
Remember the Milk
I don't have a smartphone.
Shark Week on Discovery Channel
Poker After Dark
Extreme Home Makeover
Plan my list of priorities for the week
Check out my RSS feeds on Google Reader
Let people know what I did over the weekend
Pull project stats and head to my meeting
Browse through the intranet to see what happened over the weekend
Head straight for my cubicle and put in my earphones
Read the newspaper - in print
Share the interesting news from the weekend
Question people about their weekend
Critical - nothing gets passed you
Analytical - it's all about problem-solving
Decisive - someone needs to take charge
Motivational - bringing out the best in others
Meticulous - great eye for detail
Friendly - the more, the merrier
Curious - you like to know what's going on
Private - you like to keep to yourself
Consistent - you enjoy routine
I ask a lot of questions and present arguments if something doesn't make sense.
I keep the meeting on track, take notes, and assign action items.
I bring my phone so I can check Facebook or text message when it gets boring.
I usually run the meeting.
I come up with a lot of new ideas.
I just wait for it to be over.
I usually offer advice based on previous experience.
I like to listen and take it all in before I give my two cents.
I bring my iPad and multitask.
Eat, sleep, tweet. That's my motto.
I like to share relevant articles and other cool things I find.
I use it to stay on top of what's trending and the latest breaking news.
I use it as a listening tool.
Not very active. How do I know any of this is accurate or factual?
Not at all. I don't like people knowing my business.
What's a Twitter?
In your head
Lots of sticky notes
Online task list, spreadsheet or project plan