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SC 187 Meetings - Meetings - Meetings!

How we can thrive and survive - meetings.

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Notes from our podcast.

What makes a meeting bad, good, and recommendations.

  • Meetings are part of our lives, either as the organizer or attendee.
  • Bad meetings are meetings that run long.
  • Meetings should not run more than 30 minutes.
  • Causes of a bad meeting:
    • A poorly established agenda
    • Lack of leadership
    • The tendency of people to talk to much
  • How do you know when you are in a good meeting?
    • The time goes by quickly
    • There is a purpose to the meeting
    • The meeting ends when you are done with the agenda
  • A meeting should only exist if there is reason for the personnel to interact with a topic.
  • Do not bring people together to inform them.
  • Colleagues should not be allowed to speak endlessly.

Recommendations...

  • You can set time limits on the agenda items.
  • Recognize that you can't control the behavior of others, but you can control your own.
  • Think about what you want to say and say it concisely. 
  • If a meeting is wandering off topic, you can bring everyone back to focus by stating where we are and where we need to be.

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SC 187 Meetings - Meetings - Meetings!

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