Agne NainyteDigital Transformation | Process Excellence | Women EmpowermentSome time ago
What a great collaboration with INK agency who wrote a blog post where I share my experiences and tips about organizing and running meetings at workplaces which take so much of our time. My advices: 📍 If possible avoid meetings! 📍 Prepare for your meeting in advance 📍 Every meeting should have a facilitator 📍 Always collect feedback Please, let me know your thoughts and tips. https://inkagency.lt/didziausiose-pasaulio-bendrovese-dirbusios-lietuves-patarimai-efektyviems-susitikimams
Didžiausiose pasaulio bendrovėse dirbusios lietuvės patarimai efektyviems susitikimams
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Justin BaileyAll things digital! Co-founder wheresitapp!
Haha! avoiding meetings was the best thing I ever did. Drives me insane ‘let’s have a meeting about the meeting’ I always provide a list of topics and a timescale for each and stick to it. Prepped in advance on both sides can easily turn what would have been an hour into 15mins. Great insight as always.
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Agne NainyteDigital Transformation | Process Excellence | Women Empowerment
thanks for your insights. Great thoughts!
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