We all been to them – those really bad meetings, probably more than we would like. Before you get defensive, I’m not talking about your meetings. They are of course beyond redemption … always! However, you do know what I mean by the ‘waste of time’ meetings that all of us have had to attend as some point in our lives. This video explores the purpose of having a meeting …
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1. Consider the type of meeting you intend to have. Key question … do you need to have a meeting to communicate what you want to communicate or is there a better way?
2. Consider how far down the problem solving route you are. Problem solving may require a number of meetings.
3. When you have decided on the purpose of your meeting, you can complete the rest of the meeting plan template.
Please do share your experiences with this model in the comments below. I am building a portfolio of small business case studies and would love to include examples of what has worked well for you.
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