Meetings Checklist

Whether you are holding meetings to build consensus, solve problems, air grievances or plan overall global domination strategy, it helps to stay focused and on track. Use this checklist to make sure you have the right players and the right materials when you sit down around that conference table and virtual meeting space.

Areas covered are:

  • Success factors
  • Meeting structure
  • Context
  • Planning
  • Attendees
  • Leadership
  • Participant Responsibilities
  • Closing
  • Follow up


What will you get out of this?

Meetings are often flawed from the start and those flaws are hard to identify.  This checklist will help you set your meetings up for success from the start or straighten out issues with the standing meetings that you lead every week.


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...very helpful ideas. Just another: Use a Meeting Workspace to organize the meeting and post-follow-ups: Thx, Frank


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