Time in meetings isn't always time well spent. Studies
show that up to 50 percent of meeting time is wasted:
ineffective presentations, daydreaming and even dozing. Yes, people do sleep
during meetings. Want to make sure no one gets caught napping in your meetings?
We've assembled some useful tips for running productive, engaging meetings.
To begin, let's deal the myth that office workers universally
abhor meetings. In Why We Secretly
Love Meetings Harvard
Business Review blogger and management consultant Ron Ashkenas asserts that
most managers actually like meetings. Ashkenas says meetings happen again and
again for three reasons:
Okay, so people may like meetings more often they admit
but most folks would also agree they do not like having their time wasted. So
take time to create and run productive meetings.
Effective meetings boil down to three criteria:
for more ideas, read Inc.com's comprehensive How to Run
an Effective Meeting.
you think meetings are an effective use of your time? What tips do you have for
running productive, results-oriented meetings? Share your thoughts here and at
the Beyond Folders Facebook page.
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