How can two or three days of in-person meetings substitute for five days a week of video calls? It works if we are really thoughtful and effective in how we run our meetings: sharing and sticking to agendas, inviting people only if their contribution is needed (and then ensuring they have a chance to make it), and treating the process of connecting and trust-building as a central part of meeting work.
Run half-assed meetings, and you will find yourself booking the other half of the ass as another WFH video call.
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