Meeting Basics, Six Tips for More Effective Meetings

Avoid a meeting if the same information could be covered in a memo, e-mail or brief report. One of the keys to having more effective meetings is differentiating between the need for one-way information dissemination and two-way information sharing. To disseminate information you can use a variety of other communication media, such as sending an e-mail or posting the information on your company’s intranet. If you want to be certain you have delivered the right message, you can schedule a meeting to simply answer questions about the information you have sent. By remembering to ask yourself, “Is a meeting the best way to handle this?” you’ll cut down on wasted meeting time and restore your group’s belief that the meetings they attend are necessary.

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One Response to Meeting Basics, Six Tips for More Effective Meetings

  1. Effective meetings are a great place for people to share information, ideas and creativity. They are also a powerful management tool to make decisions and get things done. More at http://www.managementskillsadvisor.com/effective-meetings.html

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