Meetings can feel like a waste of time, and some are. Here’s when you do need to call a meeting — and when you’re better off without it.
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Leading productive (and short) meetings is a goal most people aim for, yet they don’t just happen.
While meetings tend to have a bad rap for being unproductive, tapping into and leveraging new processes and technology can help teams run more effective and engaging meetings.
There is a fine line between being over eager to impress and the desire to clinch a sale when you meet a potential client for the first time.
Unfortunately we can’t hit the “delete” button on first impressions and you could inadvertently ruin what should have been the start of a professional working relationship.
According to statistics, around 37 percent of employee time is spent in meetings and almost half of them believe they are a waste of time.
Write these strategies down and keep them handy—that way, whenever you need a jolt of confidence before a very important meeting, you need look no further than this list.
Here’s an inside look at a few reasons why our staff (and I) look forward to them.
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Here are 5 specific reasons why you don’t want to invite everyone to the party.