This post introduces an essay on leading and facilitating effective teamwork and meetings.
Meetings fail for three primary reasons. One, the purpose was unclear. Two, meetings fail because they are poorly planned. Three, meetings fail because they are poorly run. They start and end late, or agenda integrity was not maintained. At the end of the meeting, nothing was decided, and no one was better off. Neutral facilitation and value-based ground rules can help teams use an effective process during meetings to discuss its issues.
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