It’s that time of year again when businesses across the U.S. start gearing up for next year. Budgets are analyzed and set. Marketing and sales plans begin to take shape. Teams assess their resource and manpower needs. And more. What does all that mean? Nearly everyone will be in meetings, potentially time-sucking, energy-draining meetings.
That’s why it is perfect timing to revisit some best practices when it comes to scheduling and executing your meetings. Remember, you don’t have much time left this year to meet all your 2016 goals, so don’t waste it in unproductive meetings. Instead, follow this advice from SilverDoor.