Scheduling the meeting


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Scheduling the meeting

The best way to have a group meeting is on a recurring schedule. There are four considerations when it comes to scheduling group meetings: frequency, rhythm, technology, and reminders. First let's talk about frequency. Frequency simply refers to how often you should meet and how long the meeting should be. As a general rule, the more often you meet the shorter the meeting should be. Conversely, the less often you meet the longer the meeting should be. For example, if we have one meeting per month as a company then that meeting maybe 50 or even 80 minutes long.

If, however, you feel it's necessary to have a meeting once per week then that meeting should be much shorter, perhaps 25 minutes long. Second let's consider the rhythm, specifically the rhythm of the business. Every business has a unique rhythm to it, times and days when you're more likely to be interrupted or where the workload is going to be the heaviest. For example, consider a sales department. There are key ti...

Scheduling the meeting
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