Who wants to gain more time in their days this year?
Imagine gaining at least an hour a day back into your life. More time to be more productive at work. More time to spend coaching and supporting your team members. More time to get a workout in. More time to play with the kids, play a round of golf, to go on vacation.
The average executive spends 23 hours a week in meetings! That's a whole day, friends. It's a wonder we get anything done.
It all starts with the planning - when there is not a clear purpose and agenda for your meeting, the time wasting begins.
Even when you are NOT the host of the meeting, you still have control over your time. Set a precedent by asking for the purpose and agenda of every meeting you are invited to.
It's time to be intentional about designing and holding high performance meetings, for both you and your team. It's time to rethink the standard large meetings on your calendars.
It's time to challenge the status quo and be more effective with the use of your time this year.
Let's do it!
When there is not a clear purpose and agenda for your meeting, the time wasting begins.
In an effort to banish large, unproductive meetings, Shopify has developed a policy to help curtail meetings. "The best thing founders can do is subtraction," says CEO Tobi Lutke. Saying yes to a meeting means you are saying no to something else, says Lutke.
Download our new ebook: High Performance Meetings You have the ability to design more productive meetings for your team and to have agency over the meetings you are invited to. Learn how with our new ebook, High Performance Meetings.
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