Most advice for improving meetings focuses on changing behaviors or following meeting rules or norms. But changing behavior or following rules is difficult under the best of circumstances. Instead, leaders can change the structure of their meetings—a better structure naturally leads to more productive behavior. We help leaders select the best structures for their particular meetings whether they are regular staff meetings, board meetings, special strategic planning sessions, or other discussions.
We have helped leaders run better meetings in corporations (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, HP Hood), nonprofit organizations (International Federation of the Red Cross, Mass School Nurses Organization), and numerous boards of community organizations.
Our coaching draws upon the practices and examples presented in Leading Great Meetings: How to Structure Yours for Success.
Contact us to find out how we can help you make your next meeting more productive.