Sometimes you just have nothing to say. Nothing to add to the ongoing dialogue, no facts that help with the decision under discussion, no new ideas to move things forward. No ideas at all.
Rarely am I at a loss for something to add but I find myself with nothing at all to share that strikes me as the least bit useful for advancing the cause of building great managers and the companies they lead.
The temptation is strong to jump in anyway. But I shall resist.
Silence is often the best thing to share.