Consider the last meeting you attended. Did you:
Show up late?
Bring in work or spend the time checking your phone?
We’ve all been to (and maybe even led some) bad meetings.
One way to improve a meeting is to have a clear goal. Do that first, and you may discover you don’t need the meeting at all. Perhaps a well written email will do the trick.
Share that clear goal so that attendees can show up prepared and in the right mindset.
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Smile, Breathe, and Meet on. You got this!