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Category Archives: Meetings

Goal Setting & Review

by admin on August 25, 2011

Tweet ‘GS&R’ for short is perhaps the most high impact meeting type I’ve used. I started using them in 1986 when I worked with College Pro Painters, and over the years I’ve learned how to make these meetings extremely effective. GS&R is a one-on-one meeting that you have with each person who reports directly to ...

Do You Know Your Meeting Role??

by admin on June 27, 2011

Tweet Every meeting should have a Chair, a Timekeeper and Participants. The Chair classifies the meeting type upon invitation to the meeting, announces it at the start of the meeting, and guides the agenda. The Chair also closes discussion five minutes before the end of the meeting to ensure that people can get to their ...

It’s time for WAR! (Meetings)

by admin on April 22, 2011

Tweet A company’s leadership teams need a weekly meeting structure to update each other and stay on the same page. ‘Weekly Action Review,’ or a WAR meeting is a weekly ninety minute meeting that each department holds for their entire team. The format is based on a process called ‘Forum Meetings’ used by Entrepreneurs Organization ...

Huddle !!!

by admin on August 29, 2010

Tweet Read the info on Huddle below – then watch the video 😉 , it was a seven minute, all company, stand-up meeting that started at 10:55 and ended at 11:02. Implementing this will change your company.  Period. Everyone I’ve taught this too has benefitted greatly from better internal communication and company morale.  It unites ...

Advisory Board Meeting Rhythm

by admin on January 23, 2010

Tweet As a Business Mentor & CEO Coach to growing companies I recommend that companies that want ot grow quickly should have Board Of Advisor meetings at least four to six times a year.  Each meeting should be three to four hours in length.  Meetings should cover questions sent out at least a week in ...

Respect Time

by admin on December 07, 2009

Tweet When I lectured at MIT at the Entrepreneurial Masters Program, I promised the CEOs in the class that we’d start on time. When I actually delivered on that promise, they were dumbfounded. If CEOs weren’t present at the start of class, or hadn’t returned to the class after a break, we shut the door ...

Take Back Your Meetings

by admin on December 03, 2009

Tweet If I asked everyone reading this blog if you’d ever been in one of those meetings where people say a lot and nothing gets resolved, virtually every hand would go up. If you make decisions for a company, this shouldn’t be the norm. Getting to a place where your meetings mean something once again ...

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