Team meetings are vital to keeping your team connected and important part of intentionally building a positive culture.
The number and structure of your team meetings will vary depending on the type of business you run, the size of your team, and if your team is located in the same space or distributed. The purpose of different team meetings also varies.
Team meetings, if structured, consistent, and well-run, are how your team stays connected, accountable and can work efficiently together.
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We are through the initial shock of the Covid-19 pandemic and have adjusted to working remotely and communicating digitally via tools like Zoom and Slack. Virtual communication is now expected but many companies haven’t had time, (or taken time), to think about their digital organizational processes. In particular, many meetings have lost what little structure they had to begin with. It isn’t as simple as hopping on a call. Learn three mistakes that most companies are making with their Zoom meetings and how to avoid them.
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