How to Order Food at a Business Lunch if you Want to Increase Cooperation
If you think that a lunch meeting only really starts after the food is ordered, then you’ll be fascinated by this piece of research that suggests ordering food in a specific way can make subsequent cooperation more likely.
Jonathan Bradshaw researches, presents and writes on the behavioral science powering face-to-face human interaction. He has spoken in over 30 countries and is an award-winning columnist and blogger. Learn more via the website or connect with him on Twitter and LinkedIn.