Meetings Should Have Goals

We make goals for our projects – key performance indicators – and we measure our performance by those goals. They may be quantitative or qualitative. However, projects aren’t the only type of work that have goals; meetings also have goals. Questions to ask yourself when you go into a meeting, whether or not you are the person running the meeting, and whether or not it is a group gathering or one-on-one:

  1. What is this meeting meant to achieve?
  2. What are my personal objectives for this meeting?
  3. What actions will I take in this meeting to meet my objectives?
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