Choose the best time to meet — Business Management Daily: Free Reports on Human Resources, Employment Law, Office Management, Office Communication, Office Technology and Small Business Tax Business Management Daily

Choose the best time to meet

Get PDF file

by on
in Meeting Management,Office Management

Ensure that you obtain maximum attendance for your meetings as well as focused attendees. Consider these factors when scheduling your next meeting:

  • Avoid Monday morning. Let people settle in for the week and get organized on Monday mornings.
  • Pick the first half of the week. People are more focused and motivated toward the beginning of the week. Choose a time between Monday afternoon and Wednesday evening.

— Adapted from “The Weekly Meeting: Necessary—or Evil?,” Laura Vanderkam, www.fastcompany.com.

Leave a Comment

 

Previous post:

Next post: