Managing More Effective Meetings – Saving Time, Temper and Tedium

A poorly run meeting wastes time, creates inertia and can deplete an organisation of resources.

Applying a quick Clean Set-up, a little Clean Feedback at the end and training the attention of the meeting from problems, to outcomes and action – makes all of the difference.

It’s simple to apply, makes complete sense, takes no more than 10 minutes and means that meetings are fit for purpose.

Start with:

If this meeting were really useful for you, it will be like what?

What are you bringing to the meeting?

What would you like from others?

End with:

What worked well?

What didn’t work so well?

What will work even better next meeting?

Download PDF: Better Meetings
Published in Resource Magazine.

Caitlin Walker

Caitlin is the founding director of Training Attention and developer of Systemic Modelling. Author of From Contempt to Curiosity, she is the architect of innovative projects that transform workplaces, classrooms and communities.

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Caitlin is the founding director of Training Attention and developer of Systemic Modelling. Author of From Contempt to Curiosity, she is the architect of innovative projects that transform workplaces, classrooms and communities.

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