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How can your Meeting Facilitate Decision-Making? “Kill Bad Meetings” by Alan and Kevan Hall

Our book review on “Kill Bad Meetings” by Alan and Kevan Hall 247meeting sells a product nobody wants: meetings. It doesn’t matter how many technical pain points we resolve through products like 247meeting Mobile – there is one pain point we can’t write an algorithm for: bad meetings. We’ve certainly put our 2c into the...

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Our book review on “Kill Bad Meetings” by Alan and Kevan Hall 247meeting sells a product nobody wants: meetings. It doesn’t matter how many technical pain points we resolve through products like 247meeting Mobile – there is one pain point we can’t write an algorithm for: bad meetings. We’ve certainly put our 2c into the…

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Quantum physics always fascinated me. They speak of Astronomy and Infinity. The fact that I can’t understand any of it and until recently couldn’t figure any practical use also added to the charm. I considered it almost like art or poetry. Utterly useless, therefore essential. But quantum physics have now very practical applications. This 29th of…

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A peacefulness follows any decision, even the wrong one. Rita Mae Brown Decision-making meetings can often conclude without any decision being made; thus, leading to a group of frustrated attendees feeling like their precious time has been wasted. The reasons for these outcomes can be due to the attendees being unprepared for the goal of…

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A Sales Conference Call is harder than any other meeting. Only your Knowledge and Listening skills counts! Here is a reminder of what to do to show your best and rock your goal! Conducting a Sales Conference Call is a major skill for a salesperson to master. You can’t rely on face-to-face meeting techniques like…

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Earnings Conference Call aren’t like your regular conference call. They require more preparation as they target external stakeholders: institutional and private investors, financial analysts… Follow these few steps to organise an earnings conference call that will leave investors and financial analysts well-informed and satisfied. The purpose of an earnings conference call is to unpack details…

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We can see you! Yes, you. The one with the negative body language. Arms crossed, face in a scowl. We can all see you. You are overachieving on the non-verbal body language signals. We “hear” you loud and clear –the discussion on the video conference call is making you want to explode or run away?…

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“Good manners: The noise you don’t make when you’re eating soup.” Bennett Cerf Etiquette is the grown up friend of good manners. You know your mama taught you not to interrupt, don’t put your elbows on the table, keep your mouth closed when you’re chewing, always say “please” and “thank you” and try to use…

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“Because of Bluetooth headsets, it’s getting more and more difficult to tell who’s schizophrenic and who’s on a conference call.” Dana Gould Meetings are the lifeblood of our corporate arteries. These days we don’t even have to be there in person. Conference call services have evolved so that remote teams don’t have to physically be…

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Effective meetings respect and value the participants’ time by following a clear format. Part of running efficient meetings is understanding the core purpose of bringing the group of people together, and sticking to the structure of the chosen meeting. This is the most productive way for you and your employees to communicate. The meeting space…

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At 247meeting, we are always looking for new ways of improving our processes to spend more time on what’s worth it and less time on small chores. We also need to keep track of all the ideas that cross our busy minds. We don’t think we are the only ones in this situation, that’s why…

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