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Leave the last few minutes of every meeting to discuss the next steps.
This includes deciding who is responsible for that task and what the deadlines are.
Set the agenda for the meeting. It can be summarized on a handout, written on a whiteboard, or discussed explicitly at the outset.
While it may seem obvious to set an agenda, many meetings start with no clear idea of the purpose.
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However, meetings are often frustrating. Most of the time, the same people who do all the talking. They often derail the meeting and make it take longer than planned.
Similarly, it's always the same people who are quiet, and there is a concern that the la...
....is the most important component for conducting more effective meetings.
It establishes the parameters, organizes the terms of reference and tells everybody in the room why they are there, for how long, and what they need to accomplish.
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