Agenda, people! – Keeping things tight and to a central theme will mean that the meeting can be as short as it needs to be whilst also keeping people on track.


Prepare your guest – Depending on how far out you schedule the meeting, make sure to nudge people before it to remind them of what’s coming up and whether you require anything from them.


Frame it – Let’s start every meeting by going over that primed agenda from before, just so that those who didn’t bother to read it have no excuse but to play along now.


Work backwards – A quick way to prevent this from happening is to show the finished article first, and then going through your early scoping and decision making.


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