Fall Rewind: Steal My Team Meeting Agenda

Biggest Takeaways You Don't Want to Miss:
  • Most meetings are a waste of time. We are meeting for the sake of meeting rather than meeting to actually solve issues.
  • There are really only 2 reasons to meet: Either we need to surface and solve issues BEFORE they become problems or we need to make a decision. Everything else can be an email.
  • A regular meeting rhythm ensures that you and your team stay the course even when “life” gets in the way.
  • If you don’t actually solve problems during your meetings, why are you even meeting?
  • Productive meetings don’t just happen by accident. You need to intentionally plan your meetings in a way that ensures everyone gets the right work done during the meeting and stays accountable to the decisions made in the meeting long after the meeting is completed. 
One of the most important things you can do to keep you and your team focused on doing the right work and solving challenges before those challenges become big problems is to have a regular meeting rhythm. And, one of the most powerful meetings you can have is the weekly team meeting.

That's why this week, we're rewinding all the way back to episode 19 where I break down our team meeting agenda step by step. 

That way, you can start using this meeting format right away to have more meaningful meetings where you actually get work done (rather than waste everyone's time) #LikeABuilder.

Check out these highlights:
  • The only reasons you need to meet as a team.
  • The way to start a meeting that gets everyone immediately in the right mindset to do the work ahead.
  • Why you need a meeting rhythm and what that meeting rhythm should look like.
  • The exact steps you need to take to ensure that every meeting is productive.
  • How you can ensure that everyone stays accountable to doing the right work the right way without chasing, checking, and correcting.
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