Do you ever feel mentally or physically tired or exhausted from attending so many meetings? Does it seem like some days all you do is run from one meeting to the next?
Perhaps your're just worn out from too many back-to-back meetings?
So why do we subject ourselves to all this? Is there a better way?
Before you call or accept that next meeting, consider the following video which highlights research from management consultant Dr. Ken Hudson:
Most of us will recognize, as the reporter indicates, certain meetings can add value to the organization and stakeholders alike. So let's not throw the baby out with the bath water, but instead, insist on and champion a new set of ground rules when it comes to holding and attending meetings.
The video offers some suggestions for ways we might get a leg up on meeting fatigue:
These are just some of the many ways to hold meetings that matter, and break out from the rut of meeting fatigue.
I'd love to hear your thoughts on this matter.
In the comments below, please share: What's your biggest challenge with holding or attending meetings? What's your top tip for holding more successful meetings?
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