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What will help to reduce the deal with the preference paradox in virtual meetings? (2/2)

  • Hold asynchronous meetings, such as by creating a shared Google Doc for employees to contribute to throughout the day.
  • Build in breaks during long meetings and in between back-to-back meetings. Encourage employees to get up, stretch, and walk around.
  • Implement meeting-free ti...

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  • More fatiguing for some as there are fewer social cues than those conducted in person. 
  • Some employees appreciate the more detached meeting style
  • In summary, the feedback has been paradoxical. 

  • Virtual meeting preferences signal the need for a tailored response from leaders. 
  • Collecting feedback on your meetings
  • Communicate to employees that you want meetings to be a more positive experience for them. 
  • Cancel unnecessary meetings and make necessary meetings ...

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  • Attendees often multi-task and don't pay attention to the discussion.
  • Meeting organizers tend to be less careful with the purpose and design of the conversation.
  • Usually, one or two attendees to dominate the discussion while others sit back.

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Meeting FOMO

As meeting participants, we worry that our colleagues will judge us — or worse yet, forget about us — if we don’t accept every invitation. Deeply ingrained norms around what it means to be an “ideal worker” lead us to equate presence with productivity and these a...

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... consider:

  • More than 70% of leaders say their teams do not collaborate on their most important business problems, and 70% say their teams are conflict avoidant.
  • 2 in 5 leaders believe that members of their team have developed caring, trusting, or supportive rela...

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