Time is precious.

 

When meetings are run well, they provide for real-time communication, problem-solving, decision-making, and forward planning—the lifeblood of our organizations. Sometimes, they lack the basic structure necessary to achieve their intended purposes. 

Meetings do not have to be a “necessary evil” or fodder for office sarcasm. We can change unhealthy narratives by engaging our team’s input, evaluating meeting effectiveness, and improving our disciplines. 

Imagine a work culture where our teams actually look forward to meetings because the results are both meaningful and measurable!