Make meetings effective with a powerful agenda.
- Seek input on the agenda from participants before the meeting.
This will prevent new topics from cropping up and derailing the primary goal.
- Clearly state the purpose of the meeting.
Is it a problem-solving meeting, a team-building meeting, a brainstorming meeting, or a quarterly planning meeting?
- Choose a facilitator for the meeting.
A facilitator will moderate the conversation during the meeting, thereby saving time.
- Identify all essential participants.
The fewer the participants, the better the outcome of the meeting.
- Attach realistic time estimates to each agenda item.
This will allow the participants to monitor the progress and pace of the meeting.
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