5 Step Process For Effective Meetings

For some, meetings are the most despicable aspect of their lives. They drain time off the day, bore individuals to diversion, and leave participants feeling frustrated. As the colloquialism goes, “meetings are basic when you prefer not to do anything.” And yet meetings can be vital for critical thinking, reporting, constructive collaboration, and brainstorming. So how do we ensure that each meeting we are a participant in is significant , has a constructive outcome that is of value? Follow this 5 step process to ensure every meeting achieves something of significance.

Step One | Ask ‘Do we require a meeting?

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