Join Dave Crenshaw for an in-depth discussion in this video Frequency and style of meetings, part of Leading Productive Meetings.
- There is no one perfect style of meeting.…In fact, it's a good idea to use a variety…of different meeting styles in order to accomplish…the results desired by your group.…There are dozens of ways to think about these meetings,…but I prefer to categorize them according to the timeframe…of how often you meet.…The three major timeframes are…daily, weekly, or monthly yearly.…The daily meeting can take a variety of formats.…
Sometimes these are referred to as standing meetings,…scrum meetings, or a daily check in and report.…Whatever you choose to call it, it's important…to keep daily meetings brief.…Often the purpose of the daily meeting is to get every team…member to check in with each other,…to report what they're working on during that day,…and then to quickly get back to work.…While many of the principles that I share here…do apply to daily meetings, you may have…a less formal agenda and may not spend much time…on training people on your team.…
The next style of meeting is weekly,…and I've found that this is often…
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- Plan how to use technology successfully in your meetings.
- Determine how to select and support a meeting leader.
- Prepare what you need to make meaningful commitments in a meeting.
- Identify successful ways to initiate a meeting.
- Propose challenging ideas while promoting and maintaining healthy relationships.
- Delegate and coordinate work successfully.
- Follow up consistently to create a workplace culture of accountability.