Do You Need This Meeting?

Every meeting has to have clear purpose, objectives/desired outcomes, and most valuable players who can contribute to certain objectives. Don’t schedule a meeting unless you understand its purpose. Where appropriate, make a choice to solve problems using alternative methods, i.e. email, text, personal phone call, etc. Ineffective and disorganized meetings will not bring value to your team or customers. On the contrary, you, as an organizer, will waste others’ time, add stress to their day, or even lose credibility over time. Part One: Clearly Define the Purpose, the Reason, and the Desired Outcomes Step 1. Describe the need, challenge or success you want to celebrate. Examples: Team had a lo

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