How often do you hear “Let’s make this quick, I really don’t have much time.”
How often are you thinking the same exact thing?
When everyone is busy with work, their personal lives or just having fun – no one wants to have someone else wasting their time for them.
Everyone is perfectly capable of doing that for themselves if they choose to – thank you very much!
So especially now when we have all had the lock down alone time, work from home time shifting for some to semi-work from home time, the last thing anyone wants to have to attend is another meeting.
If you run meetings, schedule meetings, attend too many poorly run meetings or know anyone who does any of these things here is a brief mini-check list for you to use or to pass on to others who may need it.
Run Meetings Efficiently
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This mini-checklist is for your use or feel free to pass it along to others. We all have attended too many meetings that were a waste of time. Let’s all work together to change it.
Time can’t be bought, borrowed, or reproduced. Use your time wisely.
If you have any additions you would like to add to the mini-checklist please go to the comments area for this article and send them along.
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