As a manager of others, you probably have many meetings in the span of a week for many different purposes.
In fact, 30-50% of a manager's work time is spent in meetings.
Consider how much time you are attending or chairing meetings.
Are you getting as much out of the meeting as you are putting into the time spent in meetings?
At Priority, we focus on productivity and helping you find a better way to host and attend meetings. One of the commonly overlooked aspects of meetings is the planning of the meeting. Taking time to plan a meeting can improve your meeting outcomes as well as the amount of time spent in meeting with others.
With a 20-minute investment, most meetings can be significantly improved in efficiency and effectiveness. Spend 10 minutes answering these questions when you decide on the meeting and before inviting anyone.
What's the purpose of the meeting?
Use your other 10 minutes, planning the flow and engagement techniques you will use. Considering these questions will help: