Are you tired of wasting countless hours sitting in useless and unproductive meetings?
Do you want to host a well-run, well-thought out meeting at the office in a reasonable amount of time?
You’re not alone.
Meetings are singularly one of the most used, and abused, business tools in the world today.
We’ve all heard horror stories or have experienced firsthand, the blinding pain, agony, and torture of a poorly managed meeting.
It’s a shame something so prevalent in our world has to be executed so poorly…
Fortunately, that’s where this post comes in!
In this post, I offer a helpful round-up of twelve meeting-based blog posts.
From organizing thoughtful agendas, to managing time in the meeting itself, you’re sure to find several helpful tips in this roundup to make your next meeting a well-managed one.
Meetings are par for the course in the business world. But you might be making your calendar more complicated than it needs to be. Stop making this careless mistake and get some time back in your schedule.
A well-crafted agenda is a hallmark of a well-managed meeting. It means you’ve actively planned and prepared for the event. Find out exactly which items to place on your next agenda.
Meetings are set for certain times for a certain reason: it is so rooms can be booked, schedules can be blocked, and items can be discussed at a specific time. Arriving late to the party throws everything out of whack.
Hmm…are you unsure whether that upcoming check-in meeting with your team is a waste of time? Try checking it against these three pointers.
Lunchtime meetings have become the norm in today’s world. But are they really as productive as they claim to be? I challenge the lunchtime meeting in this thoughtful post.
You’ve probably experienced at least one of these types of meetings in your life. Chances are, someone close to you may try to hold one of these meetings in future. To be forewarned is to be forearmed.
There’s a few key things you need to know if you want to host a productive meeting. Start with this helpful post.
If you could magically make people happy at work, would you? Here’s how to craft a meeting that will bring a smile to anyone’s face.
How about you? What is the worst meeting you’ve ever attended? What do you think the meeting organizers and/or hosts should have done to make it an efficient meeting? Join the conversation and leave a comment below!