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Get more out of your team meetings
Nobody likes boring meetings in which the same things are always discussed, hardly any relevant added value is offered and everyone is just waiting for the meeting to be over.
But team meetings also offer great advantages for smooth and happy collaboration:
- Personal coordination (especially super important in remote teams)
- Work overload of individual employees can be quickly uncovered
- Problems are discussed together
- Every team member is up to date on all topics
- Routine appointments help to bring structure to planning and can always be used as milestones
Collaboration instead of doing it alone
It doesn't have to be the sole responsibility of the team lead to plan and conduct meetings. We have found that involving the whole team helps to really address all the important topics and, above all, increases the motivation of the participants to take an active part in the meeting.
Of course, the preparation of the team should not take a long time and should be easy to integrate into the daily work routine.
This is why we have developed the team meeting template.
The template is an awork project that is specifically designed for weekly coordination among you. Throughout the week, everyone can add items to the "Current topics list" as tasks that they would like to discuss.
On the day of your meeting, a list of common agenda items is then created and discussed within the team.
The interactive team meeting template
An agenda item has been discussed, everyone knows about it, there's nothing else to do? Great - just tick off the task!
The pitch presentation needs to be proofread again? No problem, the task can easily be moved to the "To-do this week" project list and assigned to the relevant person.
You can collect topics that you need to keep on the team's radar but are not yet urgent in the topic parking lot. This way, you can make sure that you don't forget them and can take a quick look at each meeting to see if any of these tasks have become time-critical.
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