Are you too busy to have a meeting?

I was talking with a colleague today about some of my terrible meeting failures where I wanted to get something done, but instead of planning, I just pulled people together in a meeting and started rambling. You see, my job wasn’t to plan meetings, it was to align an employee’s skills and performance with the organization’s need, and what I hadn’t done was spend enough time planning the best way to communicate that with my team. If I had spent the time to fully spell out what was expected of the team, how we would measure success, and especially what was expected when, then we could have had a productive meeting and we all would have met our goals.

But, I was too busy for that…

Have you ever been too busy to have a meeting? What did you do about it?

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Sherri Sutton has a passion for helping create workplaces where people grow, learn, and enjoy life, and she helps companies do this reinventing their meeting strategy. Her expertise is designing, implementing and facilitating interactive meetings for companies, facilitators and trainers. She serves as the Chief Meeting Mechanic for Positive Impact Force, and has many certifications including Certified Reinvention Practioner (CRP) and Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD).

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Sherri Sutton | Chief Meeting Mechanic

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