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.
The COVID pandemic disrupted our usual meeting habits and threw us into using Zoom video conferencing for our meetings. Most companies haven't had the brain space to create new habits and processes to help these calls run smoothly. We can help! Learn 5 easy ways to lead more productive Zoom meetings.
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Meetings are now almost exclusively virtual and using online video conferencing software like Zoom is the norm. Virtual meetings run into the same pitfalls as in-person meetings including lack of preparation, engagement, and accountability. Combine your Zoom video conference calls with Tadum online agendas and meeting minutes and avoid these pitfalls by adding some preparation, structure, and accountability (with compassion!).
New to remote meetings? No problem! Tadum has you covered with our online meeting agenda and minutes software. Learn tips for running effective remote meetings by preparing, establishing meeting guidelines, keeping your team engaged, and ensuring accountability between meetings.
Daily huddles, also known as daily stand-up or daily scrum, are quick 5 to 15-minute meetings that you have each day to share updates and bring up tactical challenges within your team. Verne Harnish of Gazelles daily huddles as the most important meeting of all your meeting rhythms. Learn more about how Gazelles recommends you run your daily huddles.
We all know what bad meetings feel like. They are unorganized, time-wasting, and frustrating. They don't have to be. Learn 4 habits to organize effective meetings (and some meeting productivity hacks!) so you and your team can elevate their meeting game.
People are the most important part of every business. One-on-one meetings between supervisors and employees is a vital performance management approach to keep everyone moving in the right direction. Running effective one-on-one meetings with your employees a great way to ensure that they stay engaged and help manage any challenges that come up. Learn 3 steps to run effective one-on-one meetings and check out the One-on-One Meeting Agenda Template.
Time is our most precious resource and yet we waste an incredible amount of it in unproductive meetings. By creating good habits and processes you can make your meetings more efficient, productive, and help your team stay accountable. Learn 4 ways to help you save time in meetings.
Running effective meetings is hard. Running effective meetings with remote teams is even harder. Learn 4 ways to manage remote team meetings that balance the flexibility that is so important to many remote workers with the structure that will make these meetings effective.