How to calculate the benefits and costs of your meetings to receive the full advantages of your agency’s meetings.
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I hope to save hundreds of meeting attendees from utter boredom with the following top ten tips for running a good meeting.
No one said virtual meetings were going to be easy. But lucky for you, I’ve compiled a list of best practices learned from my successes and failures to keep your meetings from becoming a virtual disaster.
The next time you’re tasked with coordinating a team meeting to come up with the next big creative innovative idea for your agency, remove all of the chairs from the room.
Over the course of my career, I have run hundreds of meetings, trainings and events in the corporate world, civic organizations and the government — and I’m here to share some tips.
Try the council circle practice at your next staff meeting. You will create more honest discussions, realize increased efficiencies and build increased engagement while getting meaningful work accomplished.
Come prepared and ready to make the most of each one-on-one meeting. Instead of asking the same old stuff each meeting, focus on driving action and improvement through these questions.
As a team leader, encouraging your whole team to bring their thoughts and opinions to the table takes intentional planning, but has the potential to bring out the best in each team member. Here are a few tips to cultivate a productive environment for your whole team during your next meeting.
When was the last time you savored every word in a five paragraph-long email? Or managed to endure an hour-long meeting without zoning out at least three times? Just because your answers were “never” to both of those questions doesn’t mean you have an abnormally poor attention span; it means that there is a disconnect… Read more »
A good meeting is a magical thing. Ideas flow, decisions are made, and everyone leaves invigorated and ready to take on the world. The problem is that good meetings – like most magical things – are rare beasts indeed. What should be a fantastic team tool often turns into a slogging, frustrating experience where nothing gets accomplished… Read more »