When planning a meeting, it can be hard to know who to invite. You need to get this question right, or increase your risk of a meeting train-wreck.
Much of your meeting’s potential success rests on who is in the room. Be strategic about who you invite.
When people come to your meeting but don’t join in the discussion, you’ve got to question whether that’s a good use of anyone’s time. Here’s how to change the situation.
It’s not that hard to exceed expectations as a meeting participant. There are 8 things you ought to do every time you attend a meeting.
If you want fully engaged meeting participants, you need to make sure their physical needs are met.
There are good reasons to be in a meeting. There are bad reasons. And then there is no reason.