YOUR TUESDAY TIP – 9 Questions to End Your Meeting Misery – A Meeting Audit

With more than twenty-five years of working with organizations around the world, we have identified a group of distinctive meeting personalities called the “Wasteful 8.” These attendees undermine meeting success, waste everyone’s time, and can lead to negatively impacting organizational engagement.

Our goal is to give you and your team basic tips that will improve meeting efficiency, eliminate the “Wasteful 8,” re-engage your workforce, and give everyone back some precious time.

9 Questions to Ask to Audit Your Meeting

  1. Is the reason for the meeting defined and still relevant to your business?
  2. Are the right people, and only the right people, attending?
  3. Do you use an agenda and populate notes in advance?
  4. Do you have defined metrics that keep your meeting focused?

We truly hope you have enjoyed our Meeting Misery series. To request a copy of the Meeting Audit Check List: 9 Questions, click here. The short video below was created to assist you with your meetings. To access the remaining questions to ask when auditing your meetings, click below.


“Meetings should be like salt – a spice sprinkled carefully to enhance a dish, not poured recklessly over every forkful. Too much salt destroys a dish. Too many meetings destroy morale and motivation.”  
– Jason Fried

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