Steal My Weekly Team Meeting Agenda
Biggest Takeaways You Don't Want to Miss:
- One of the biggest hidden obstacles keeping you from meeting your school goals this year is how you plan your team meetings.
- It’s not just how often you meet that counts. What matters is what you do in those meetings. Without an accountable agenda, you may be meeting frequently and still not getting anything done.
- Having an accountable agenda means that you tackle the most important issue first, and you resolve your most important issues each meeting.
- Having an accountable agenda also means that each team member is accountable to the team to do their part.
One of the biggest hidden obstacles keeping you from achieving your school goals is how you meet around those goals. Let’s be honest, most meetings are pretty useless. And every time you have a meeting where you go round and round about an issue and don’t actually SOLVE it, you are wasting time and putting you and your team further away from your school goals.
That’s why this week, we’re talking about how to build an accountable agenda, one that gets you focused on the right issues and ensures that you actually solve your most important issues each and every time you meet.
It’s my secret weapon for helping teams actually accomplish their goals and this week I’m sharing it with you. Whether you are working with your leadership team to tackles school-wide issues or your grade level team to deal with the issues that come up on your grade level, this meeting agenda will guarantee that you not only run meetings more efficiently and smoothly, but actually get stuff done!
After you listen to the episode, don’t forget to download my team meeting agenda template so that you can use it to plan your next team meeting.
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