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Posts Tagged ‘agenda

01
Oct

I was facilitating an executive team meeting last week. Although the meeting had been scheduled as a full day, four people started the day saying that they needed to leave early. (I’ll save my rant about that for later). Four of the team members needed to be gone by 3pm, so we decided to move […]

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14
Sep

“I’m trying to chair efficient meetings, but I have someone on my team who always needs to talk it out before coming to a decision. How can I reduce the amount of time he takes up in our meetings?” This was a great question I was asked after delivering a speech about how to add […]

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04
May

When working with senior executives, one of the most common requests I get is to help create “juicy conversations.” What they mean by “juicy” is deep, probing, uncomfortable, novel, productive conversations that go beyond the normal safe, boring talk that consumes most meetings. Upon observation, I’ve realized that these leaders aren’t getting juicy conversations because […]

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29
Oct

You spend a huge amount of time in meetings; make it time well spent. I’m in the midst of a series on better meetings. I started with how to split different topics into weekly, monthly, and quarterly meetings. Then I dove in with detailed instructions on running great weekly and monthly meetings. Today, I’m onto the quarterly meetings—what I call […]

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21
Oct

  You spend a huge amount of time in meetings; make it time well spent. I’m in the midst of a series on better meetings. I started with how to split different topics into weekly, monthly, and quarterly meetings. Then I dove in with detailed instructions on running great weekly and monthly meetings. Today, I’m […]

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18
Oct

Meetings are where team goodness should happen, but meetings these days tend to be awful. I’m in the midst of a series on better meetings. I started with how to split different topics into weekly, monthly, and quarterly meetings. Then I dove in with detailed instructions on running a great weekly meeting. Today, I’m onto […]

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09
Nov

  What are we solving for? Do your meetings go off on tangents so that two hours later you’ve covered a wide swath of territory but made no decisions? Do you find yourself at cross purposes with teammates getting frustrated that you can’t seem to figure out why you’re fighting? Does your team run off […]

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10
Sep

In my previous post, I gave you some tips on how to start a meeting to set it up for success. Today, it’s the other bookend—how to end a meeting to capture the value that was created.  Take a look at the Right Words to Say video here: Click here to view the video on YouTube […]

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07
Sep

It’s been a while since I posted a new Right Words to Say video, but I’m back with a few new answers to questions sent in by members of the Change Your Team Community.  In this post, I answer a question that will be of use to anyone who ever has to chair a meeting. […]

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09
Jul

In my previous post, I drew a parallel between our society’s consumption of empty calories and the prevalence of useless meetings. You can read that post here.  The idea is that when you have good meetings, ones with productive debate and decision making, you don’t need many of them (just as you only need a […]

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