From Good Intentions to Results: The Value of Good Meetings

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From Good Intentions to Results: The Value of Good Meetings

When I joined a new organization, I was immediately asked to take over regular meetings attended by the top leaders of two organizations running a collaborative program.

The team had been meeting for more than a year and I had a hard time finding evidence of anything other than good intentions.

I didn’t do anything special when I took over. I simply implemented meeting management tools for planning and accountability. And I was consistent, so the attendees knew I was serious about driving results.

A year later, the team and I were flying to New York City to receive a national award for our program.

The only thing that had changed was the quality of our meetings.

Don’t underestimate what your meetings can do for your organization, and for your reputation.

 

If you see opportunity for yourself, please check out the two trainings on meeting management being offered in early December in Buffalo: http://programsavvy.com/getsavvy/

For tools to help with your meetings, check out resources available for you: http://programsavvy.com/resources/

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