Plan fewer, more productive, meetings.

Meetings are costly in terms of executive time. Have you considered the value of these gatherings? Are they productive? Are they planned for? Are decisions followed up on?

The Board meeting; weekly sales meeting; what do they achieve?
Successful entrepreneurs often find themselves immersed in tasks as CEOs that they never contemplated doing and don’t particularly enjoy. The excitement of creating something new is replaced by the mundane. Delegation, discovering the leaders within and communicating effectively with all your people will reinvigorate you and your colleagues to allow the team to achieve the success you all deserve. This can be achieved through fewer, better planned meetings where everybody contributes and constructive decisions are arrived at. The time preparing and following up on meetings is more important than the event itself.



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