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The Centrality of Great Meetings > THE FOUR MEETINGS

THE FOUR MEETINGS

So what kinds of meetings does the leadership team of a healthy organization have? There are four basic types:

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1. Daily Check-Ins

The first category of meetings is the least important but certainly worth doing when it is practically possible. Essentially, it’s about the team getting into the habit of gathering once a day, for no more than ten minutes, to clear the air about anything administrative that would be helpful to know. Schedules. Events. Issue alerts. That kind of stuff.

There are no agendas and no resolution of issues, just an exchange of information. To make sure that these meetings don’t morph into something they shouldn’t, it’s even best if people don’t sit down. The purpose of these daily administrative check-ins is simply to get the team accustomed to talking on a regular basis and to provide a forum for addressing the uber-tactical kinds of issues that get in the way of more important issues at staff meetings.


  

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