Meeting success depends on your ability to meet the attendees’ expectations. They are all doable with the proper planning.
Much of your meeting’s potential success rests on who is in the room. Be strategic about who you invite.
Meeting time should be treated like the precious resource that it is. You need to get ruthless about eliminating waste.
The value of your meeting will be judged not be what the group does, but rather what it produces. Make sure your meeting’s products are worth the effort.
Your meeting plan looks good, but maybe you’ve overlooked some important considerations. This can be fixed by asking the right people for feedback.
Every meeting should follow a consistent pattern. By understanding the pattern, you’ll more easily plan and lead great meetings.