Humans are a curious bunch. Throughout our storied history, we’ve often modeled our behavior off doctrines for decades, if not centuries, before questioning why or setting out to disprove them. These myths and superstitions have led to what today we would consider ridiculous behavior or foolish beliefs; like avoiding cracks in the sidewalk, not handling toads so as not to get warts, or imbibing in the hair of the dog (both literally to heal that dog bite or figuratively to heal that hangover).
The following post is a guest post from GetVoIP
Running efficient meetings is an essential part of running an efficient business.
In the modern workplace, with workplace flexibility and remote workers, scheduling and executing meetings has become more complex. However, it's still possible to conduct meetings effectively by following best practices such as:
Using a detailed agenda
Provide necessary preparation materials ahead of the meeting
Designate a meeting facilitator to provide structure
Focus on task completion rather than timeframes
Implement some sort of follow-up mechanism to review meeting takeaways
GetVoIP has put together an infographic that shares these tips, plus specific meeting strategies from some of the most successful leaders from around the world.