Think about it: More than once in our careers, most of us have been part of a meeting where we questioned our need to attend, and maybe even if the meeting itself was necessary. Inefficient meetings are not only annoying — they negatively affect productivity and profitability.
That’s particularly true for virtual meetings. Unfortunately, it can be easy for these meetings to drag on, quickly lose focus, and eventually, waste everyone’s time. Our research shows that many virtual leaders, despite their best intentions to run productive virtual meetings, have never been trained on how to do so.
Whether you had training on conducting high impact virtual meetings or not, you can still incorporate best practices into your meetings. Doing so will allow you to make the most of everyone’s time, which will ultimately lead to better results.
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