Too many meetings, ineffective meetings, the wrong reasons for having meetings. What is your strategy? What type of meeting is it? If it is to socialize and share ideas? Is it to make a decision? A status meeting? It should also make an impact on who should be at the meeting and who should be informed.
It’s not just people who make New Year’s resolutions. Sometimes entire companies do too. Take Shopify, for example. The company used the new year as the occasion to encourage employees to go nuclear at regular meetings.
The Canadian e-commerce firm Shopify has developed a step-by-step guide to conducting your own meeting reset. Read the article at https://www.inc.com/jessica-stillman/shopify-is-going-nuclear-on-meetings-your-company-should-consider-doing-same.html
Additionally, take a look at the course I have created on how to have more effective meetings at https://www.lawstrategycoach.com/courses/even-more-productive-meetings
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