You think you have created a great meeting plan, but how do you know it will work?
What you think about your team’s performance, and what members think are often quite different. You need honest feedback. Discover what your team members really think.
I bet you never thought I’d say this. Skip the agenda. You’ve got more important things to focus on.
All meetings have potential. You need to create space and notice when something special happens.
There are many challenges associated with group projects. There are also plenty of benefits. The trick is to focus on the latter.
I’m finishing a facilitation book called, “Meeting Hero.” I’m in search of beta readers and also looking for people who want to learn how to save their co-workers (and themselves) from bad meetings.
Figuring out what people really think in meetings can be challenging. Yet it’s critical for the team’s success. Here are three ideas that might help.