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How to Run a Meeting
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Let's face it. We schedule many of our meetings without a clear intent. Much of the time, we schedule meetings because we think we are supposed to. We gather people and ask for their time. And then, we waste it.
You can't afford to “just wing it” at your next meeting—whether you're meeting one-on-one, or with the entire team. That approach causes confusion, emotional storms, and even upsetting conversations.
Meetings stay on track when we commit first to relationship and trust-building, to create a careful balance of the tactical and the relational.
Our free guide contains tools to show you how to attend to word choices, tone, compassion, and responsiveness to others, while setting clearly defined goals.
Discover Circle Up's 10 key leadership tools to use when leading a meeting: