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7 ways to have efficient meetings

  1. Decide if the meeting is necessary in the first place.
  2. Establish a clear purpose for the meeting and write up an agenda.
  3. Start on time and stop on time.
  4. Cover important items first.
  5. Summarize each conclusion and get closure.
  6. Assign specific responsibility.ย Be clear about who is going to do what and when.
  7. Keep notes and circulate minutes.

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