Good meetings don't happen by accident. They're the result of good planning. The time you spend planning before the meeting will pay significant dividends. You'll use the meeting time more efficiently, accomplish your objectives, and you might even avoid the need for follow-up meetings.
Once you decide to hold a meeting, the next steps are deciding who should attend and figuring out what the meeting's ultimate purpose is.
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