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Most of us dread going to meetings. But there are some simple things you can do to the agenda that will actually attract people instead of repel them.
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Here's why meetings (yes that's right, meetings) are actually the secret to entrepreneurial success, if you do them well consistently.
Some people may not feel heard in your meetings, but there are ways you can improve engagement.
Virtual meetings suffer many of the same drawbacks as traditional meetings, including poor organization, bloated timeslots and disinterested attendees. But they also suffer from a batch of problems uniquely their own, including intermittent delays, connectivity issues and the dreaded patterns of ongoing interruptions. So how do you host better virtual meetings?
Keeping people engaged during virtual meetings is essential for company success and productivity.
Restrictions and regulations introduced to stop the spread of the coronavirus have reduced the number of chance meetings and opportunities to catch up with old contacts. Instead, many of us are now navigating the world of remote networking.