How to make your meeting meaningful

There are many techniques for chairing meetings, setting agendas, writing minutes, etc. Perhaps the most important thing you can do in a meeting is ask these questions.

  1. What is the purpose of this meeting?
  2. What are the outcomes we want from this meeting?
  3. What are the deliverables from this meeting?
  4. What is the next action?

Ask these questions to stay on purpose and get things done.

With thanks to David Allen (Author of Getting Things Done)

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