Look around at your next meeting. Who’s truly engaged? How many people are subtly checking their email, scrolling through social media, or maybe even trying to sneak-watch the latest episode of Ted Lasso?
Now try to add up all the productivity and salary dollars that are washing down the drain while 9 out of 10 people are sitting in a room in the role of consumer—rather than contributor.
You’ll walk away from this video with:
- Practical tips on how to avoid terrible meetings before they happen
- Clever strategies to revive bad meetings once they’ve started
My co-founder, Will Wise, used to say that “Emails are for information, and meetings are for communication.” With the intention of making your brain even bigger, I’m going to add a useful nuance to Will’s idea in today’s video.
Toward real connection—online and off,
Creator of the Connection Toolkit
Co-Founder at We and Me
PS – The two videos linked below offer another practical layer of how to make your regular or repetitive meetings both more fun and productive.
PPS – Have you checked out our new Connection Before Content Masterclass? It’s perfect for leaders and educators who are committed to hosting better meetings, events, and gatherings.