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The Best Way to Schedule Meetings With a Group
Here are the best practices to schedule meetings with a group, such as choosing the right attendees, limiting the number of meetings in a day, and more.
A lot has changed in the world over the last few years, including how we host group meetings. It seems like a lot of times we’re bouncing from Zoom meeting to Zoom meeting, wondering when the meetings will slow down enough to focus on other important parts of your job.
While it is important to have meetings occasionally so you can have a conversation with your whole team at one time, it does seem like a lot of the meetings are less important than others. Unproductive meetings are far too common, with their costs reaching into the billions.
If you want to host a meeting that your team will leave saying “Wow, that was productive!”, stick around. If you start with a clear objective and the right people in attendance and make sure the content benefits everyone involved, the results will amaze you. We’re going to show you the best way to schedule meetings with a group.
5 Best Practices to Schedule Meetings With a Group
There are some factors that will impact your process for scheduling meetings. One of the biggest is whether you are in charge of an entire organization or a smaller team. These tips may make it much easier to schedule group meetings.
During the process of group meeting scheduling, it’s important to remember that some meetings could be summed up in an email rather than making everyone attend a virtual or in-person meeting. If a meeting is unavoidable, the best thing to do is figure out your objective, only include the individuals that really need to be there, and schedule the meeting for the most convenient time for everyone involved.
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Ashley Grant is a content creator currently based in Richmond, Ky. Ashley grew up in Tampa, and attended the University of South Florida. Go Bulls! When she isn’t writing and or hosting her Bloggy Friends Show podcast, she loves trying new foods and beverages, exploring the city she lives in, and traveling as much as possible. In addition to ghostwriting for several small businesses and freelance writing under her own name for a variety of websites, she blogs about her lifestyle, working from home, and much more at FamousAshleyGrant.Website
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