Should Your Meetings Have a ‘Type’? The Short Answer Is: Yes.

Meeting Types

In a previous post, we talked about how a meeting is more productive if it is focused on a particular point. Drilling down to a specific topic with an expected outcome or deliverable at the end helps to keep the agenda clear, the meeting short, and more fruitful.

Expanding on that first tip for productive meetings, as chair / leader, you need to figure out what type of meeting you want to have before you even set it up. This decision will help you to create the agenda, the attendee list, and limit scope creep, which tends to happen when the topic isn’t focused.

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