Too many executives and managers complain about being stuck in back-to-back meetings all day with no time to ‘get work done.’ This is especially true during organizational transition, where roles and decision-making authority are unclear, and organizational discipline is low.
Here are a few tips to use meetings effectively and free up time for getting work done.
Appoint an owner for each meeting:
This person is accountable for inviting the right people and setting an agenda that is worthy of participants’ time.
Be clear about the purpose and expected outcomes of every meeting:
If the only purpose of the Continue reading