Hey lets meet up

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Hey lets meet up

Today with Zoom, I can meet people each day who are in different locations — all from the comfort of my home office. One study found that we are, on average, attending 13 more meetings each week, though each meeting is, on average, 12 minutes shorter than our face-to-face meetings before the pandemic hit, according to this Harvard Business Review HBR study. There are some great resources out there on how to ensure you have an effective meeting, especially from HBR.

Here are four of my favorites:. Asked what they dislike the most about meetings, and for suggestions on how to improve them, attendees provided the following perspectives:. Solution: As you prepare for a meeting, ask yourself these questions — then ask them again in the meeting:. Solution: State up front and have everyone agree that phones and laptops are put away — notes can be taken on paper if needed. If conducted over Zoom or Teams, require people have their cameras turned on and pointed at their faces. Meetings are here to stay and based on the trend data, increasing in frequency.

So, make them as productive and focused as they can be.

Hey lets meet up

Engagement will increase, will improve and participants will feel more appreciated—all of which feeds a healthy culture that helps retain and attract top talent. Bill EnglishMA, LP, Partner, Platinum Group, works with family businesses and privately-owned businesses to resolve conflict, address leadership development and transform toxic cultures into thriving workplace environments.

People have a clear reason to be there.

Hey lets meet up

Attendees have definite contributions to make. The meeting advances core company priorities. Let the group know that you want broad participation and that everyone has a chance to contribute on each topic. Ask for permission to call on people when you want to get more views into the conversation.

Hey lets meet up

Tell people that you will not leave a topic if anyone still has something to say or ask. Ask people to set aside technology see below and any other work and to focus on each person when they are speaking.

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What are our vital initiatives; which are in jeopardy? What do we need to learn?

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What do we need to develop a mutual understanding about? What are we losing sleep over?

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One last note: the most productive meetings have fewer than eight people in them.

Hey lets meet up

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