Always Set a Meeting Agenda

  • Send out a list of the items/questions that will be discussed, and which tasks will be reported upon
  • Indicate who should be reporting/answering on which items
  • Estimate how long each piece of the meeting should be
  • Make sure everyone has copies of documents in advance with sufficient time to review them

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Self-actualization engineer who makes workplaces great places to work. PI at Quality of Life Lab (www.qllab.org). Consultant. Professor. Startup Advisor.

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Orin Davis

Orin Davis

Self-actualization engineer who makes workplaces great places to work. PI at Quality of Life Lab (www.qllab.org). Consultant. Professor. Startup Advisor.